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Budget 2019: Point affecting the common man

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented her maiden Budget in Parliament. The first female full-time finance minister read out one of the longest budget speeches in recent times. Here are the basic points that would affect the Common Man. 1. Tax ... Read More »

Editor’s Page July 2019

Though we did not see any radical announcement in the recently laid out budget, it is sure aimed at taking India into the future. While the budget gives a boost to infrastructure & connectivity, it also encourages start-ups and entrepreneurship, ... Read More »

Microfinance demand rises for water, sanitation

Globally, some 663 million people do not have access to improved drinking water sources, and approximately 2.4 billion people lack access to improved sanitation. While many households in the developing world have the ability and desire to pay for water ... Read More »

MSME sector to contribute to India’s growth

Emphasising on the need to develop the MSME segment to fulfil PM’s dream of making India $5 Trillion economy, Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) and RT&H, plans to raise the contribution of MSME sector ... Read More »

PepsiCo Cleans Mumbai’s Water Bodies

Every year, Mumbaikrs dread the monsoons because they associate it with flooded roads and a paralysed transport system. This is because the city’s drains are clogged with garbage that impede the flow of rainwater; this garbage eventually enters and blocks ... Read More »

Nestle’s ‘Plastic Express’ in Dehradun, Mussoorie

Nestlé India in collaboration with Gati Foundation, a Dehradun-based environmental action and advocacy group, recently launched a project in Dehradun and Mussoorie for effectively managing post-consumer plastic waste. Recognizing the fact that there is need for an organized waste management ... Read More »

Daily Washroom Cleaner

A restroom speaks volumes about the organization more than what meets the eyes. Did you know that 95% of the guests avoid restaurants where they have a ‘bad’ restroom experience? Regardless of the business or industry, if a guest has ... Read More »

The Body Shop to use recycled plastic

India has 1.5 million waste pickers who collect and sort over 6,000 tonnes of plastic every day, that would otherwise pollute rivers and oceans. They have virtually no visibility in society and have limited rights. They are vulnerable to discrimination, ... Read More »

Increasing Capacity of Biofuels in India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set a target of reducing oil imports to 67% of the requirement by 2022, and to 50% by 2030. India will need an alternate, cheaper, equally efficient source of energy to substitute conventional coal, oil ... Read More »

Channels of Laundry & Dry-Cleaning Business

The laundry industry in India is booming and growing fast with startups mushrooming in every other place. Interestingly, a senior citizen is equally enthusiastic about entering the linen care business as a youth in his 20s. Full of new and ... Read More »

Using Apps in Professional Cleaning

More and more cleaning operations are being run on-site with the help of digital apps, which can offer a wide range of management information including quality auditing, daily reports, instant reporting and staff time & attendance. A developer of the ... Read More »

Workplaces of Tomorrow

Workplaces are undergoing a radical transformation. According to Sodexo’ Workplace Trends Report 2018, Millennials are increasingly looking forward to a more interactive experience — better engagement, improved collaboration with colleagues and being more emotionally connected with their work, team, superiors ... Read More »

Suction Systems in Pharma Production

Despite high responsibility, cost and competitive pressure are also increasing in pharmaceutical production, such that it comes down to the finest details. In the literal sense, dust particles may well be one of the smallest details that occur during production ... Read More »

Emerging Markets for Cleaning Industry – Part II

The Indian pharma market is the world’s third-largest in terms of volume and 13-largest in terms of value. India has the highest number of US-FDA approved plants outside the US. The domestic pharmaceutical market turnover reached `129,015 crore in 2018, ... Read More »

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport Green to Silver to Gold

The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA), Shamshabad, Hyderabad, a Greenfield project that turned operational in March 2008, is celebrating 10 years of “sustainability, energy efficiency, carbon neutrality, water conservation and environment friendly waste management”. Sprawling across an area of 5,495 ... Read More »

Washroom Cleaning Equipment

Charnock Equipments Pvt. Ltd’s Foamtec15 is the smallest model in the range of machines working with Santoemma patented Foamtec system. This machine allows to completely clean and sanitize public restrooms by spraying foam, rinsing and vacuuming. Foamtec15 is indicated for ... Read More »

Wet/Dry Vacuum Cleaner

Even with its compact dimensions, the robust NT 38/1 Me Classic (HEPA) wet & dry vacuum cleaner from Karcher Cleaning Systems Pvt. Ltd effortlessly vacuums large quantities of dirt of all kinds. The 38-litre tank makes this possible. The HEPA ... Read More »

Futuristic Airport with Tech-enabled Solutions

To enhance the user experience, the Hyderabad airport is all geared up to utilize the power of technology to continuously monitor and elevate the cleanliness quotient of the airport, says SGK Kishore, CEO-GHIAL, in an exclusive interview with Clean India ... Read More »