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Microfiber Technology

M.K.Padmanabhan, Chief Executive Officer,Faber Sindoori Management Services Ltd It is one of the most significant, efficient and innovative inventions made in the cleaning industry. It has proven its efficacy very well in hospital industry. Microfiber technology is used mostly in ... Read More »

India is winning its war on human waste

Nearly three years ago, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made one of the boldest comments on public health that I have ever heard from an elected official. It’s still having a big impact today. He made the comment during his ... Read More »

Hand Gloves & Compliances

In 90% cases, it is not uncommon to find cleaners cleaning without wearing gloves or food handlers serving food with bare hands or for that matter hospital washroom janitor working without any protection. In hospitals, doctors use hand gloves for ... Read More »

Infection Control Rises to Top of C-Suite Agenda

Recognizing the crucial roles that facility design, operations and management play in controlling and reducing healthcare-associated infections, JLL has released a white paper on the findings. Synopsis: WHAT IF you could design and manage a healthcare facility in a way ... Read More »

Minimising cost with innovative dispenser

When it comes to finding the right dispensing equipment, chemical manufacturers are looking for a solution that not only delivers performance, but also helps maximise revenue while keeping down costs. LEADING TECHNOLOGY providers in the dilution and dosing sector are ... Read More »

“Don’t we deserve toilets?”

Community toilets inside Aarey Colony, Goregaon (E), Mumbai have no water, no lights… Right in the heart of the city, amid the greenery of Aarey colony, about 100,000 people do not have proper toilet facilities. Clean India Journal took a ... Read More »

Building Toilets & CSR

It hardly matters whether you have got a clean toilet or not, the fact of the matter is one in every three human beings does not have any sanitary facility at all, and this affects the overall health & hygiene. ... Read More »

Unique Aerobic Biological Toilets

As part of its business diversification activity Stone India Ltd has now designed and developed Unique Aerobic Biological Toilets supported and funded by Ministry of Science and Technology. This unique biological toilet has now been approved for Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, ... Read More »

Constructing World’s Most Affordable Toilets

Managing Industrial waste under the prescribed guidelines has been a tough task for companies. What if an entire home could be built from waste, including toilets! Binish Desai, Chairman-BDream Group introduces P-block bricks based on his patented technology B Dream ... Read More »

GSF: Bringing an end to open-defecation

“In 2014, the Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) supported the national efforts in 13 countries to increase access to improved sanitation and adoption of good hygiene behaviours. During the year, GSF programmes significantly raised the number of people living in open-defecation ... Read More »

Self-Cleaning eToilets

The world’s most economically priced solar powered, self-cleaning eToilet with inbuilt solar panel and metallic platform is set to bridge India’s ever growing sanitation gap. The alarming statistics of over 600 million people defecating in the open and even more ... Read More »

Waterless Urinals

A Solution to Industrial Sanitation Recent decision of Delhi civic bodies banning 800 waterless urinals across the city and installing conventional urinals sparked new controversies right from their procurement process to the viability of its gel based cartridge-waterless urinal solution. ... Read More »

Handling Restroom Complaints

One of the most common complaints of washroom users has been odour which indicates the state of the toilets even from a distance. Surveys conclude that it is not just odour but there are many other common problems that can ... Read More »

Disinfecting patient’s room

While the hospitals in India continue to depend on hand hygiene compliance for disinfection, recent cases at AIIMS and other leading hospitals clearly show that hand hygiene alone is not enough in hospitals as patients infect the room environment and ... Read More »

Hand Hygiene

Due importance is given to personal hygiene, but at the professional front, it is hand hygiene that requires a greater focus. Without proper hand hygiene practices, It is not just an individual who is at stake, but several people who depend upon the type of work delivered by that individual. Read More »

Tapping the Untapped Market

With a vast experience in pest control and hygiene business, he has ambitious plans to bootstrap in the Indian hygiene market. Speaking to Clean India Journal, Ravinder Sabarwal, Proprietor, Bugman & Hygiene Solutions, says, “The washroom care market is vast and untapped to a great extent. Apart from the commercial segment, there is a huge potential in the residential segment as well.” Read More »