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Cleaning Friendly Architecture

Today modern architecture is so design friendly. Are they maintenance friendly as well? The Architecture of modern era is defined by minimal design, adding ample amount of dramatic quotient to it. We see both curvilinear structures to straight lines with ... Read More »

Dr Ilham Kadri’s Recipe of Success

You have had a successful journey in Diversey. What is it that Ilham Kadri has in her that has brought her this far? Since day one, the strategy has been the same and nothing has changed. It is like the ... Read More »

Beginning of a New Journey

You have had a long stint with the cleaning industry. What is the biggest contribution / achievement you have made? Having moved from the Hospitality industry and after a brief stint (four years) with the IT industry, I began my ... Read More »

Smart cleaning with intelligent robots

As innovations in cleaning reach new heights, equipment manufacturers have ventured to the most advanced cleaning in systems using robots. Dr Ilham Kadri, President, Diversey Care – VP and Officer, SealedAir in an exclusive interview with Mohana M speaks on ... Read More »

‘Swaccha Bharat will have a bigger role’

Ambassador of Clean India Amala Akkineni, a well-known actress from South India, also a Bharathanatyam dancer and the wife of famous actor Nagarjuna, has been doing the cleaning role for a long time now. In an exclusive interview with Vijayalakshmi ... Read More »

No wastage of water

Clean water for poor To support the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan drive, KENT Ro in association with the Art of Living brought clean drinking water to the doorsteps of the residents of Govindpuri slum, New Delhi (Navjeevan Camp) by distributing 500 ... Read More »

Biocon Making India a better place!

Post our Prime Minister’s “build toilet” initiative, CSR programmes by many organisations are getting limited to constructing community / school toilets. Narendra Modi has raised a very, very important issue for the country and that is making India Open Defecation ... Read More »

Warehouse Cleaning

Cleaning & maintenance is an essential aspect of warehousing management. Specific cleaning techniques are required owing to space constraints within warehouses and varied responsiveness of the stored stuffs. For e.g. electronic instruments and devices that may look robust otherwise are ... Read More »

‘Numbers are Momentary, Change is Permanent’

“A lot of newly contributed toilets, some of them even quite fancy ones, will be rendered useless if not maintained well,” avers A. Sudhakar,  Head-Global Human Capital & CSR-Dabur India Ltd during an interaction with Suprita Anupam.  With big initiatives, ... Read More »

Growing Opportunities for TFM in India

How well has the Indian Market adapted to TFM? TFM has been successful for OCS across countries, as it operates on a ‘one-team’ model and enables cross-skilling and multi-functional responsibilities down the service stream. It is certainly an advantage to ... Read More »

Connecting with Community – A Corporate Strategy

  What are the factors that ensure sustainability in all of Vedanta’s sanitation initiatives and projects?  To ensure the sustainability of a project, and to overcome the biggest challenge of inculcating a sense of ownership, our programmes have ensured that ... Read More »

Coalescing Profit with Purpose

Rajeev Dubey, Group President - HR & Corporate Services, CEO - Aftermarket Sector & Chairman-Group CSR Council, M & M

  Building Leadership & business Innovation At Mahindra, we strongly believe that creating a strong business and building a better world are not conflicting goals. This is why, CSR has been an integral part of Mahindra’s DNA since its foundation ... Read More »

Changing with Changing Times

The broadening spectrum of facility maintenance has redefined the business of the service segment, taking it from a mere manpower supplier to housekeeping services and security supplier to a total facility management service provider. “It is time for a change ... Read More »

Clean Water for Anybody, Anytime

Water shops are places where anyone can buy safe drinking water for as low as 20 paise per litre or swipe a smart card to fill a bottle of clean and safe drinking water anytime of the day or night. ... Read More »

‘Better living comes with better planning’

Navi Mumbai is a planned City. In 1971, around 600kms of land was given to CIDCO to develop this new City. On January I, 1992, the then government created Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation to manage the entire City which consists ... Read More »

The Art of Leather Cleaning

Startup Journey What propelled us to take up this venture was an enviable experience of two and half decades in the leather industry. We already have all the technical know-how, expertise and synergies in place! Also a genuine dearth of ... Read More »

Please ‘Clean My Coach’

The Central Railway, in its endeavour to provide 23 million commuters each day a “swachch safar”, has embarked on a IT-based solution to maintain cleanliness in coaches. Travellers have to just give a missed call or send text message to ... Read More »

Better Bins for Better Management

Maintaining cleanliness in the city and ensuring organised garbage management are challenging. At the same time, when garbage is thrown around the dust bin rather than inside it, the challenge gets magnified. Speaking to Clean India Journal, in an exclusive ... Read More »

Hako Operations in India

Hako GmbH has been present in India with its long-time joint venture partner Roots Multiclean Ltd. Preben Laustsen, Managing Director-Hako Group East Asia Ltd, discusses Indian market with Managing Editor Mohana M. Roots was one of the first companies in ... Read More »

Looking for cost effective solutions

As far as food and pharma industries are concerned, there is a lot of pressure from FDA, Government and PCBs, forcing the companies to adopt the latest solutions which are beneficial in the long run,” says Anil Patil, Vice President ... Read More »