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A recent hotel waste audit showed that each guestroom contributes from one kilogramme to 57kg of waste per day. It comprises of two components, biodegradable (wet) waste and non biodegradable (dry) waste. The majority of waste is not produced in rooms but in the food and beverage department. A large property can generate as much
The degree of cleanliness needed dictates whether a cleaning step is needed at all. If cleaning is needed, is cleanliness dictated by appearance or performance?
Women crusade against open defecation in a small village in Haryana
There are various advancements made in the cleaning and disinfecting of dairy equipment today to maintain high quality standards.
Membrane technology is emerging either as a replacement or for uplifting the efficiency of various conventional technologies like filtration, softening, wastewater treatment, desalting of brackish waters, desalination of seawater and deionisation. Increasing polluting levels and salinity in freshwater systems demand the use of membrane technology in water treatment. Many improvisations have taken place in membrane
Many Indian cities, including metros, are facing pure water scarcity. Domestic water use in the country is projected to nearly double in less than 30 years, from 21 cubic kilometres (km3) to 41km3 in 2025. In 2025, India will consume 396km3 of water under normal conditions. If the monsoon fails, the scarcity would be even
Incorporated late last year, Adroit Facility Management Service, Chennai, provides premium FM services such as housekeeping, electro mechanical, pantry and guest house services to a wide range of segments. Balram J Menon, founder of AFMS, said that the housekeeping services are executed by well trained task force and the processes are constantly upgraded with the
Kulgaon-Badlapur Municipal Council has been implementing rainwater harvesting in its societies successfully since the last four years
The demand for solutions to water supply and wastewater treatment has been increasing in the existing market with the increasing need for processed water, both in the industrial and domestic segments. The infrastructure and industrial growth has further accentuated the demand, making water the fastest growing industry besides cleaning. Abhitabh