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Vehicle Underbody washing system

Final year Mechanical Engineering students of Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda, Goa, Abhijit Dessai, Dheeraj Naik, Mukesh Naik, Pratish Naik and Volney Travasso have successfully developed and tested a prototype of a “Washing System for the Underbody of the ... Read More »

ISSA Announces 2016 Award Winners

ISSA will present the following awards to achievers in the professional cleaning industry during ISSA/ INTERCLEAN North America 2016, which takes place October 25-28 in Chicago, IL, US. This year’s recipient of Jack & Ramaley Industry Distinguished Services Award is ... Read More »

SCA plans to split Group

In order to further develop the Group’s two operations, SCA had decided to divide into two divisions: a hygiene division and a forest products division. According to a press announcement, the split of SCA into two listed companies is the ... Read More »

SC Johnson acquires STERIS’s AIC

SC Johnson has announced that it has completed an acquisition with STERIS for its Applied Infection Control (AIC) business. STERIS is a leading provider of infection prevention and surgical procedural products and services, focused primarily on healthcare, pharmaceutical and research ... Read More »

Clean India, clean

The Swachch Bharat movement is gaining traction and moving on to phase two. The movement’s original agenda comprised three steps: Creating the required infrastructure, changing the public mindset and imposing penalties on law breakers, said Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu. He ... Read More »

Micro composting yard in Trichi

The Trichy municipality has laid a successful step to decentralize the garbage that has been mounting in the Ariyamangalam ward for years. A micro composting yard is going to be set up in Pookkollai, a village near Ariyamangalam. So far, ... Read More »

A novel attempt

In a bid to promote the Swacch Bharat initiatives, the ministry of Urban Development will soon launch an ‘Asli Tarakki (Real development)’ a 4.70 cr campaign involving 23,400 man days work that is focussed on communicating the importance of good ... Read More »

Gift a toilet

PM Modi’s Swacch Bharat has indeed made a mark in the minds of the young men in Lucknow.  Frustrated by the way women disappear into the woods to defecate, Prem Chand Sharma, 35, has constructed a toilet in his sister’s ... Read More »

Fine for wasted food

Two Chinese and one Mongolian restaurant in Germany charge a fine for uneaten a la carte dishes. Yuoki, in Stuttgart, as part of their eat up or pay up policy charges a fine of one euro if customers fail to ... Read More »

HPMF session on ‘no plastic approach’

In preview of the recent ban on plastic articles and subsequent raids conducted by Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike officials on different hotels/malls/ traders, the Hospitality Purchasing Managers Forum Bengaluru chapter organised a session along with BBMP to understand about the ... Read More »

Green Waste Re-processor for Organic Waste

In India, the biggest problem is to segregate green/organic and solid waste. If the segregation is done properly the available technologies can convert the waste into products usable for eco-friendly applications such as producing energy, manures and reusable products. Clean ... Read More »

Safe, potable drinking water for Bhubaneshwar

Bhubaneshwar Municipal Corporation and Piramal Sarvajal have signed an agreement for providing safe drinking water to the residents of Bhubaneshwar through a decentralized community-level solution. Bhubaneshwar is the first smart city in India to initiate such a project, ensuring safe ... Read More »

Primus launches ‘dry-to-dry’ wet cleaning

A new style of laundry experience for business investors and customers is promised with the launch of SoftWash – a radical new cleaning process that uses the minimum amount of water and energy to achieve the maximum cleaning performance on ... Read More »

Xeros introduces Sbeadycare ASSURE

Xeros, the innovator of an ultra-low water laundry system, has announced Xeros Sbeadycare ASSURE, a new add-on service to the Sbeadycare program that provides periodic laundry hygiene monitoring and government compliance assistance to ensure that laundry operations meet all regulations. ... Read More »

Online Process Meters

California-based Sensorex, producer of electrochemical and optical sensors, and instrumentation for realtime water analysis, has expanded its family of water quality and online process transmitters, adding four new models to provide basic monitoring and control. The TX10 pH/ORP and CX10 ... Read More »

Start up Business Plan

In the article “Creating a Successful Startup Business Plan,” featured on the Lincoln Journal Star’s website (and published in www., author Catherine Conlan shares information on how new businesses can thrive with well-written business plans. A good plan will ... Read More »

Towards an Integrated Future of FM Industry

Clean India Journal partnered with German Engineering Federation (VDMA) and GMR Varalakshmi Foundation to bring together the key players in the Indian FM Industry, equipment manufacturer and vocational training providers on 24 June in New Delhi. The aim of the ... Read More »

Toilets at home must to contest polls

Madhya Pradesh cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has decided that candidates contesting panchayat elections must compulsorily have flush and water-flow based toilets in their residences or they would not be eligible to contest the elections. This would ... Read More »

Star rating for health centres

Public health institutions in the country will soon be rated between zero and five stars based on the availability of services. The Ministry of Health has drawn up elaborate guidelines for star rating of community health centres – the third ... Read More »

Student awarded for train toilet design

Manipal University student Vinod Anthony Thomas, a 10th semester student of Faculty of Architecture won the second prize in a competition of the Indian Railways organized by Research Designs and Standards Organization, Lucknow. The competition was for designing waterless and ... Read More »