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Dishwashing Solution

The development of dishwashing detergent, along with the invention of the automatic dishwasher, revolutionized the way dishes were cleaned. Dishwashing detergents are manufactured and marketed in the form of powders, bars and liquids. Water alone cannot clean the mess left ... Read More »

Better Batteries for cleaning machines

Some argue that cable-operated machines place restrictions on the size of the area to be cleaned besides presenting a tripping hazard. Conversely, others claim that time spent on recharging batteries could have an adverse effect on productivity. Battery-powered machines are ... Read More »

Waste Management System: Malaysian Model

Smart Waste Management System (SWMS) is one of the modules developed in Spatial Smart City Service Delivery Engine (SSCSDE) Project funded by Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation Malaysia (Mosti) under Techno fund grant in Malaysia. The objective of the ... Read More »

Will GST dry up Dry Cleaning Industry?

What are the problems you see facing the Laundry Industry, in the light of GST being recently introduced? Akash Dharamsey: I agree that introduction of GST is surrounded by anxiety since we have limited knowledge about how it will pan ... Read More »

Cleaning concepts of the future

Data and Robots Philipp Kipf, Product Manager Digital Solutions, explains how Smart City of the future can always be clean. What challenges do you see on the road to Smart City? Data is our biggest challenge. We have to interpret ... Read More »

Addressing Challenges in Hospitality

Challenge in meeting cleaning standards The first and foremost challenge is in getting the skilled manpower for housekeeping and we are facing a shortage. Secondly, there is a lack of awareness of the importance of hygiene. Application of right cleaning ... Read More »

Why clean is not “CLEAN”

The project was commissioned to Pro Waste in 2013. The institution, then housed in a temporary building had various categories of waste generated from faculty and students’ residences, canteens, labs and other facilities. Pro Waste Concepts devised step one that ... Read More »

Smart cleaning with Green solutions

It is true that the usage of green chemicals is shrouded with misapprehensions right from the cost to its varied applications. In an article published in CleanLinks, as Becky Mollenkamp puts it “Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone in 2007 and ... Read More »

Robotic Technology and Internet of Clean

The evolution of cleaning in Asia Pacific has been rapid. Let’s call the first epoch “Mops and Buckets”. Ten years ago, mops, rags and buckets, together with the strong backs of workers, cleaned most surfaces. Then came the second epoch ... Read More »

Large-scale cleaning in the Smart City of the future

The future is clean with Data, Drones and Swarm Robotics Efficient infrastructure and an attractive living environment despite rising populations… Sparing use of resources despite higher demand… These key aspects highlight the challenges that communities are facing today. Moreover, in ... Read More »

Cleaning Cloth

The effective cleaning cloth from Sheen & Shine Solutions consists of approximately 200,000 fibres in one square inch. The high-quality Sheen cloth used for cleaning is often 0.5 denier or smaller. This creates sufficient surface area to absorb liquid or ... Read More »

Scrubber Drier

IPC India Pvt. Ltd has introduced an innovative CT51 walk behind scrubber drier machine Features • Solution distribution from brush centre • CWS (constant weight system) • Exclusive squeegee system assures high performance at low cost • Great maneuverability thanks ... Read More »

Solution for City Cleaning

The IC 15/240, from Karcher Cleaning Systems Pvt. Ltd, is a compact, modern and functional vacuum machine for localised cleaning on exterior surfaces, primarily developed for municipal use. There is a specific emphasis on functionality, ease of use, robust appearance ... Read More »

Recycled Plastic Bin

Filmop’s Polaris, a HACCP compliant bin, is handy and can be placed everywhere. It is the ideal for kitchens, restaurants, canteens and all the environments associated with food processing activities. It is completely made of polypropylene, strong and round-shaped for ... Read More »

Battery-Operated Scrubber Drier

The compact dimensions of BD 50/50 C Bp Classic scrubber drier from Karcher Cleaning Systems Pvt. Ltd provides good manoeuvrability as well as visibility of the surface to be cleaned. This makes it extremely easy to operate. Features 1. Affordable ... Read More »

Green chemicals at Mumbai airport

The Green Seal certified products used at CSIA are GS-37 certified, having passed through 37 lab tests to ensure that they are non-toxic, non-irritating to skin and eyes, and have zero adverse side effects. In use at T2 since February ... Read More »

YES Bank signs MoU with Western Railway

YES Bank, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Western Railway to provide access to safe and clean drinking water in 360 ‘D’ and ‘E’ category railway stations across Maharashtra, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, as part of its flagship CSR ... Read More »

Editor’s Page july 2017

The world is turning smart, so also is the cleaning methodology to keep pace with it. Across the world, governments and organisations are waking up to the potential of network technology to improve productivity and standards in cleaning practices and ... Read More »

Three more STPs in Bengaluru

Three JICA-supported Sewerage Treatment Plants have been inaugurated in Bengaluru at Raja Canal, Nagasandra and Chikkabanavara, with a total treatment capacity of 65 million litres per day (MLD). The three plants are expected to treat the sewerage generated by around ... Read More »