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Dry Vacuum Cleaner

In the Kärcher T 15/1 dry vacuum cleaner, sound-proofing of the fan has been optimized in terms of the material used and in tests in the anechoic chamber to achieve a noise level of only 59 dB(A). It is therefore ... Read More »

Chemical-free Cleaning

Making the right choice of the dish washing soap is essential not only to protect one’s hands but also the dishes and the environment at large. Many commercial dishwashing soaps in the market come with the tag of “clean-up made ... Read More »

Compact Ride-on Scrubber Dryers

Roots Multiclean Ltd’s RB 650/750 Compact-Ride-on scrubber dryers clean large spaces in faster, better and in less time. Application Perfect machines for airports, metro rail stations, shopping malls, hospitals, hotels, chain of hypermarkets, pharma, warehouses & industries as well. Features ... Read More »

Ride-on Scrubbing Machine

Comac India Pvt Ltd has designed Innova 55B ride-on scrubbing machine which comes with compact dimensions and is able to replace a traditional walk behind scrubbing machine in maintaining surfaces up to 3,000sqm. In the same investment of a walk ... Read More »

Microfibre Cloths

ARCORA International GmbH, Germany, offers a range of microfibre cloths for different applications. Profile window microfibre cloth The perfect cloth for glass cleaning, allows a streak- and lint-free cleaning of glasses, mirrors and chrome. Features • Double stitched edge protection ... Read More »

Launch of a futuristic touch monitoring system

Rapid microbial detection, monitoring and identification solutions specialist Hygiena, has launched a new EnSure touch monitoring system, nextgeneration monitoring system that collects, analyses and reports data from multiple quality tests such as ATP, microorganisms and enzymes, providing necessary data for ... Read More »

Schevaran ties up with Filmop

Italian cleaning tool giant Filmop and Indian cleaning giant Schevaran Laboratories have announced their tie-up to distribue Filmop’s over 4,000 products in India. All Filmop products are manufactured in-house, in Italy. Filmop needed some fresh ideas to penetrate the Indian ... Read More »

Air Freshener & Floor Cleaner

Revachemical Pvt. Ltd’s has introduced a range of floor cleaners and air freshener. Reva Sense is an aqua-based liquid air freshener & deodorizer with long lasting fragrance. Specification Physical/ Chemical Characteristics Appearance : Milky liquid. Odour : Perfumed. Solubility in ... Read More »

Mumbai Airport extends its green philosophy

In sync with its vision of increasing green cover, GVK-led Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) authorities and employees recently undertook a tree plantation drive at Tetavli, a degraded forest land at Rabale in Maharashtra. This was a prelude to celebrating ... Read More »

Two renowned FM professionals’ associations to collaborate

The UK-based Institute of Workplace & Facilities Management and the Facility Management Association of Australia will join forces in the pursuit of workplace and facilities management excellence. This transcontinental alliance will connect FMA’s 2,000 strong membership to IWFM’s community of ... Read More »

Swachh Bharat drive picks up pace with Modi 2.0!

In a new development, the Union Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs has announced that the annual sanitation survey exercise of Swachh Survekshan, under the Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) would be undertaken on a quarterly basis, starting this year. According ... Read More »

Minimize palm oil in cleaning products

UK-based Vectair Systems has made a conscious effort to minimise the use of palm oil in cleaning products by resorting to alternatives The recent documentary (aired on the BBC), “Climate Change: The Facts”, told how the soaring demand for palm ... Read More »

Editor’s Page August 2019

The scope of the content of Clean India Journal is expanding to match with the wide reach across segments. The list is very long; however, we take all effort to cater to each one of them. Be it manufacturers, facility ... Read More »

TNILDA Meets at Chennai

The Tamil Nadu Industrial Laundry & Dry Cleaners’ Association (TNILDA) recently conducted its second General Body meeting hosted by Hari Krishnan – Managing Director of Butlers Laundry, at Chennai. More than 52 launderers and drycleaners from across Tamil Nadu and ... Read More »

Remembering Sheila Dikshit

As the nation bids adieu to Sheila Dikshit, one of the longest-serving chief ministers of Delhi, who passed away on July 21, Clean India Journal recalls some special moments she spent in our midst. The Clean India Show 2010, inaugurated ... Read More »

DLAI expands to include more members

The Dry-Cleaners’ & Launderers’ Association of India, following its launch in February at the Laundrex India Expo, has successfully conducted member meetings at Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi and recently in Punjab. “We received a warm response and many have come forth ... Read More »

Wastewater Recycling Way out of Water Scarcity

Niti Aayog’s “Composite Water Management Index (CWMI)” Report indicates that (i) 600 million Indians experience high to extreme water stress (ii) 75% households do not have access to drinking water on premises, while 84% of rural households do not have ... Read More »

Rescuing Oceans with Floating Trash Barriers

Our oceans currently hold 165 million tonnes of plastic waste. By 2050, they are expected to contain more plastic than fish. The rivers that discharge this waste into oceans are themselves reduced to large drains, clogged as they are with ... Read More »