Subsurface investigations at a dry cleaning facility revealed elevated levels of PCE and other regulated daughter products. A remediation technology was needed that could cost-effectively reduce the contaminants to the Washington Department of Ecology’s (WDOE) cleanup levels. HRC was chosen for groundwater remediation due to its ability to provide a low cost solution for site restoration. A groundwater monitoring program was created to assess the efficacy of remediation. The results from this program indicate a significant reduction in all contaminants and provides convincing evidence that the application of HRC to a chlorinated solvent contaminated site results in successful site cleanup.