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Processing of Food Ingredients Cleaning Deep, Cleaning Safe

Processing of Food Ingredients Cleaning Deep, Cleaning Safe

Effective cleaning of equipment in the food processing industry reduces chances of food contamination during preparation, processing, storage and packaging. Food and environmental safety concerns coupled with high energy and water & waste treatment costs are motivating the pursuit for better cleaning and sanitizing systems. Viable alternatives for food processing industry today include dry steam deep cleaning, cold and...

Pest Control versus Pesticides

Pest Control versus Pesticides

Today, most of the people are familiar with the ‘Pest Control gentleman’ who regularly visits homes, offices, facilities or factories and sprays pesticides all over. But this process is not only ineffective after a point in time, but also harmful to the occupants. Regular spraying of pesticides on a scheduled basis is actually loading the

Compost System for Food Waste Recycling

Compost System for Food Waste Recycling

Bokashi, a Japanese food recycling technology based on ancient fermentation practices, utilises rice bran and beneficial microorganisms to quickly break down food waste while also suppressing smells, making it the ideal food recycling solution for more populous areas With the increased interest in ecologically responsible food production, it is not surprising that many companies are

Ion exchange resins for industrial water treatment

Ion exchange resins for industrial water treatment

Need for newer technologies for effective treatment of water and wastewater is on the rise, especially in India which has a rapidly growing industrial segment besides rising population. Ion exchange resins in combination with other technologies offer an effective solution in water treatment. It is estimated that demand for clean water will rise by a

Biomass Plantations can power India

Biomass Plantations can power India

A group of women working in a tree-shaded nursery in Sivaganga, an arid part of southern Tamil Nadu, is helping to manage India’s very first biomass energy plantation. A report. Valli, 50, and Sarasu, 60, have been working with Energy Plantation Projects India (EPPI) since inception in 2007, the income they earn forming an integral

Creating a better Design

Creating a better Design

Hotels take an extra step to pamper their customers with comfort and luxury through a combination of design, ambience and accessories. Washroom design holds particular importance, as guest expectations in this area are much higher. Clean India Journal spoke to a couple of hotels to know their perspective.

Testing for Quality

Testing for Quality

A lot of technologies are taken up for laboratory tests to ascertain their success rates. Clean India Journal met Thomas Leucht of Weber & Leucht GmbH, a German based testing laboratory, at the ISSA Interclean, Amsterdam. He shared the various testing processes the lab offers. An independent testing laboratory Weber & Leucht GmbH was founded

Beyond The White Glove Test

Beyond The White Glove Test

Efficient dust collection systems and easy-to-clean production equipment require a holistic design approach Growing consumer demand for a greater variety of high quality products requires that the food processing facilities increase production and improves efficiency at every step, and the cleanliness of production systems is an important component to any food processing facility. What’s often

Gala Brush organises Clean-a-thon

Gala Brush organises Clean-a-thon

Gala Brush in association with Times Red Cell, has started a cleanliness drive – Clean-a-thon – to create awareness at the grassroots level. About 20 Housing Societies took part in the drive hosted in Mumbai on Sunday, June 10. The competition was judged by TV Artistes Debina Bonnerjee and Reshmi Ghosh on 20 aspects including

Permit to Work

Permit to Work

Companies rely extensively on contractors for manpower and specialised skills when it comes to facility management. Service providers are contracted for a wide variety of tasks including maintenance, facade cleaning, soft skill services, landscaping and others. But are these service providers taking care of the Occupational Health and Safety? It has been noticed many a

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