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June 1, 2010

Water purification through UV technology

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WaterHealth India Pvt Ltd (WHIN), a 100% subsidiary of WaterHealth Inc, has established financially sustainable water purification plants with minimal investment in more than 250 remote locations across India. It also provides employment opportunities to the communities surrounding them.

Partnering for customer satisfaction

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Talking to Clean India Journal Jonathan Evans and Paul Thompson of Numatic International predicted that very shortly, India would make a big presence in the international market

Interview with: Hartmut Jenner, Win your brand before you build your brand

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Alfred Karcher GmbH & Co. KG, a leading cleaning equipment manufacturer, has completed 75 years this year. Innovation has been the driving force of the company all way through, said Hartmut Jenner, CEO & Chairman of the Management Board. He spoke to Clean India Journal at Karcher’s booth at ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam. While Karcher’s compact BR 30/4 C scrubber-drier won the CMS Purus innovation award in Berlin last September, its BD 50/40 RS scrubber-drier won the top award in Amsterdam in the ‘Machine, Accessories and Components’ category.

Excel brings Baudoin to India

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The Baudoin Wash Systems, Netherlands, the winner of the Innovation Award at the ISSA/Interclean 2010 at Amsterdam, has joined hands with Excel International Group to enter the Indian market with its state-of-the-art eco-friendly cleaning equipment.

Getting mechanised

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While the municipal corporations across India are slowly adopting mechanized cleaning methods, the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation has recently obtained heavy...
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Allergy hike

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Ever wondered, why there is a hike in allergy cases? A recent study by Guy Delespesse, director of the Laboratory...
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Garbage Girl

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A native of England, Jodie Underhill is popular in Dharamshala as “garbage girl” of Bhagsunag. An avid trekker, Jodie and...
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Rooftop: rainwater harvesting systems in Schools

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The Government of Karnataka, through the Rural Development and Panchayat Raj department, has launched a rooftop rainwater harvesting programme for 23,683 schools across the state. The programme seeks to provide each student with 1.5 litres of drinking water every day through harvesting rainwater from rooftops of the schools.
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