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Recycling used cleaning machines

Diversey Care, a division of Sealed Air Corporation, entered into a two-year contract with European Cleaning Machines Recycling (ECMR) to recall and recycle the abandoned/useless cleaning machines. As per the contract, it will be ECMR’s responsibility to recall such machines ... Read More »

Growing Outsourcing Market

The outsourcing market in the Europe, Middle East & Africa regions have witnessed a strong start in 2016. The region also saw a 28% increase in contracting activity over the same prior-year period. The EMEA ISG Outsourcing Index results has ... Read More »

Clean India Journal reporting from Amsterdam

ISSA/INTERCLEAN 2016 began with much excitement at Amsterdam today (May 10) with the announcement of the Innovation Awards. Augmented Reality: Suma Revoflow from Diversey Care is the overall winner of the Amsterdam Innovation Award 2016. Out of a total of ... Read More »

Charnock to introduce Mopatex’s Mopping Sytems

After recent tie-up with Spain based Mopatex, Charnock Equipments is launching a new range of mopping systems that are made from a blend of the finestc. These mopping systems will be available in different colour codes in accordance with their ... Read More »

IFMA-RICS collaboration

As established leaders offering extensive resources to practitioners across the built environment, world’ largest FM Association, the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) and leading Association of Real Estate, Infrastructure and Construction (RICS) have come together in collaboration to further develop ... Read More »

SBM Behind the Schedule

India is far behind the target of constructing 25 lakhs toilets by March 2016, as only 13,94,732 toilets have been constructed so far. Solid waste management is also way behind the schedule, as the Swachh bharat Urban has achieved only ... Read More »

Bio-toilet Issues

Having received a number of complaints on non-functioning of installed bio-toilets like choking of pipes, improper ventilation in toilet, incursion of non-biodegradable materials, use of excessive acid, usage of more people than the prescribed limit, bio-toilets remained unutilized for more ... Read More »

National Mission for Clean Ganga

The Empowering Steering Committee of the Ganga Rejuvenation has recommended further 11 projects at an estimated cost of Rs485.68 crore. As of February 2016, 28 Projects have been completed with a capacity of 128.5 MLD. Project Updates CPCB has installed ... Read More »

Hygienic Way to Dry Hands

Single use towels are the most hygienic way to dry hands after visiting the washroom. By measuring microbe dispersal, a new research by the University of Westminster suggests that traditional single use towels offer an unsurpassed level of hygiene when ... Read More »

Bayer’s new Household Insecticide

Bayer Group’s India division recently launched Temprid SC, a pest control solution suitable as residual spray for the control of American cockroaches and German cockroaches. These cockroaches are commonly found in food handling/ processing areas of household and commercial premises. ... Read More »

Car wash facilities at fuel stations

In India, the fuel stations are rather static. Some stations are now being tweaked to serve as recreational centres. In a recent development, one of the country’s largest oil companies, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL), has successfully turned its nineacre ... Read More »

Cidade de Goa celebrates Earth Day

In keeping with the worldwide celebration of Earth Day, Goa based 5-star beach resort organized various activities with the message ‘Reuse, Recycle and Reduce’. On the occasion, the team Cidade de created a display of recycled & reused elements and ... Read More »

Loan credits for Smart Cities

Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) has asked the 20 Smart Cities selected in the first round of competition to quickly firm up bankable projects for obtaining loan assistance from the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the World Bank and the BRICS ... Read More »

IASST develops biopolymer to purify water

A team of researchers from IASST (Institute of Advance Study in Science & Technology) Guwahati has developed a new ecofriendly biopolymer based on nanotechnology to purify water. The new technology may be useful for civic and municipal water treatment units ... Read More »

Veolia to clean Japan’s N-waste

Veolia, a France-based water treatment company, has entered nuclear waste cleaning sector of Japan through its acquisition of USbased company Kurion, an expert in nuclear waste handling. The company foresees significant growth in the nuclear waste cleaning market across the ... Read More »

MCC to focus on sewage waste

Mysuru City Corporation (MCC), the winner of India’s cleanest city tag, is planning to roll out many programmes to upgrade the sanitation work in city. The civic agency will focus on efficient SWM and ODF goals in the coming year. ... Read More »

Naushad Panjwani bids adieu to Knight Frank

After ending up his 15 years long association as Senior Executive Director, Knight Frank India, Naushad Panjwani has now taken up a new role as Founder & Managing Partner of Mandarus Partners, a newly formed LLP which will focus on ... Read More »

Cannon Hygiene launches ‘Imagine’

In keeping with the growing style trend, Cannon Hygiene launched its new washroom range “Imagine”, which is “set to revolutionise the look and feel of the entire washroom”. DESIGNED IN distinctive geometric shapes, the dispensers can be tailored to any ... Read More »

Charnock ties up with Mopatex

Charnock Equipments Pvt Ltd has tied up with Mopatex, S.A. of Spain to exclusively sell and market the Cisne Brand of Microfibre cleaning and Mopping sytems, tools and tackles. Charnock will be the exclusive supplier for Cisne products for retail ... Read More »