A US based Indian engineer has designed and patented waste disposal units that match the architecture and road systems of India. Ganga Narayan Ghosh, a 83 year old mechanical engineer, after studying the system for over 30 years has designed and patented three containers which are efficient and cost-effective. Ghosh has designed elevated, steel structures
Some companies still do not realise that the most expensive piece of equipment being used within the company is a broom, which involves expensive manpower. Sweepers, on the other hand, work at least 10 times faster and more accurately than the swiftest apprentice and cover a full shift without the need for a tea-break. Nowadays,
Aimed at offering technologies to produce clean energy for small scale projects, Nimbkar Agriculture Research Institute (NARI) has developed an eco-friendly commercial-scale gasifier for thermal applications. Equipped to utilise low density and leafy biomass materials like sugarcane leaves, bajra stalks & sweet sorghum, the technology also produces char which can be briquetted to form an
Mechanised sweeping machines, today, find great utility in challenging environments ranging from a dust prone indoor area to industrial premises requiring clearing of heavy dust. Categorised mainly as indoor and outdoor sweepers on the basis of size, area of application and capacity, the machines have the efficiency and attributes to pick up fine dust, debris,
Natural wooden material is back in the trend, giving a timeless effect which enhances any interior be it in the living or working space. Commonly pre-treated wood material is damage-resistant, but periodic maintenance and treatment make it sustainable and protect it from infestation. Clean India Journal speaks to a young interior designer from Delhi, Menka
In the last few years, the cleaning business is making foray into newer markets in the Tier II and Tier III cities. These untapped market segments offer scope for businesses – small and big. Following the sample survey conducted at Vadodara on the needs of Industrial Cleaning, Mohana M attempts to study the growing industries
In a major initiative to enter growing markets, Clean India Journal joined hands with Federation of Small Scale Industries (FSSI) to organise first-of-its-kind Seminar on Industrial Cleaning & Hygiene Solutions at Vadodara in March. Organised at Hotel Surya Palace, the one-day seminar addressed topics on Industrial Cleaning, Cleaning Chemicals, Professional Cleaning solutions and Washroom Hygiene.
Ecolab, in an initiative to offer sustainable solutions provides its more than one million customers in over 170 countries strategies to reduce energy, water and other natural resource consumption, enhance air quality, minimize environmental releases and improve productivity and end products while boosting the bottom line. Emilio Tenuta, Vice President, Corporate Sustainability, Ecolab, spoke to
Lonavala, the attractive hill station in Maharashtra generates 25TPD of solid waste. Ganesh Shete, Chief Officer, Municipal Council talks about the various programmes initiated since he joined Council eight months back. Management of Solid Waste Around fifty percent of solid waste and city cleaning has been outsourced to Mumbai based Digambar Madhur Sanstha and the
Facility Management services is fast catching up, says Rajendra Shinde, Managing Director, Supreme Facility Management Pvt. Ltd, as organisations become quality driven and focus more on their core activities. Founded by LV Shinde, SFM is in operation since 1983 and has become an र 100 crore – Group with over 7000 professionals working with them.