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Mumbai locals to get better cleaning facilities

Commuting in the future may get smoother & cleaner. While air-conditioned local trains in Mumbai are expected to start running by the end of the year, pilot projects have been started at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) and Mumbai Central Terminus in order ... Read More »

Tweets generating buzz

One tweet from an irate airline passenger “”Stink from loos at Bangalore airport fill the arrival hall” started Kempegowda International Airport, one of the best International Airports trending in limelight for bad reasons. Further tweets, “World class airport? Or the loo ... Read More »

Laundry App

Do your clothes need a wash? Just download an app from Google play and select your requirement:– dry cleaning, stain removal, polishing or ordinary cleaning… A delivery boy will pick up your pile and return the laundered in a neat ... Read More »

‘Clean Ganga’ website launched

Promising to fulfil the ‘Clean Ganga’ mission within three years, the Union Minister of Water Resource, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Uma Bharti recently launched a new website http://nmcg.nic.in, to keep the public updated about the ‘clean Ganga’ developments. On ... Read More »

Exclusive Meetings with Industry Associations

Clean India Team had exclusive meetings with the board members of Gujarat Dyestuff Manufacturers’ Association and Gujarat State Plastic Manufacturers’ Association, which are supporting the Clean India Show. In an attempt to understand the specific cleaning requirements pertaining to dyestuff ... Read More »

GCCI too extends support to Clean India Show

The Clean India Show has been drawing the attention of various industrial segments right from the hotel, hospital to manufacturing industries, port and government bodies. Being organized for the first time in Gujarat, the Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industries ... Read More »

Waste produced bio-diesel launched in India

Cheaper, non-toxic & eco-friendly, ‘Indizel’ pump opens in Pune. Catering to the forex-draining fossil fuels in India, My Eco Energy (MEE)–promoters of Go Fuel Ltd, a non-commissioned bio-diesel manufacturing start up in UK, has launched ‘Indizel’, a 100% renewable bio-diesel ... Read More »

GSPL to shut down

Owing to the foul odour and high percentage of COD in treated water, released outside GPCB has issued notices to Geo Hybrid Industrial Solution Pvt Ltd (GSPL) asking to close down its operations immediately till further notice siting pollution norms ... Read More »

Railway zones to be ranked for cleanliness

Indian Railways has decided to rank its zones and divisions for serving quality food and maintaining cleanliness on trains and at stations. Concerned officials of the zones and divisions ranked poorly would be held accountable and may face action. While ... Read More »

Revised guidelines to improve FM in Hospitality

The Ministry of Culture & Tourism, India has revised the measures for effective solid & other waste management such as installing Sewage Treatment Plants in hotels. The new guidelines make it mandatory to maintain the water ingredient levels to the ... Read More »

IR to focus cleanliness

Railways Minister D. V. Sadananda Gowda has announced a substantial increase in budget allocation for cleanliness in the current year, which is a 40 percent increase over the previous year. The Indian Railways proposes to outsource cleaning activities at 50 ... Read More »

Southern Railway Cleanliness drive

Following the inspection of Mohan Raja, ADRM, Chennai Division, directing the station officials to improve cleanliness, the Southern Railway has undertaken a massive cleaning drive. To keep the platforms, concourse area and the circulating area clean, this drive will also ... Read More »

Ambuja Cement builds 11,500 toilets

Ambuja Cement Foundation has chalked out robust programmes for Maharashtra this year. Focussing on healthcare and sanitation, the foundation has built 11,500 toilets under a strong cadre of 321 Village Health Functionaries – Sakhis. The Foundation also aims at working ... Read More »

Rs2200cr allotted to Ganga plan

The central government has provisioned Rs2200 crore for National Ganga River Basin Authority (NGRBA) along with an outlay for Rs1500 crore for National River Conservation Plan (NRCP). According to Minister of State for Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation ... Read More »

New range of tools from Galileo

Leading cleaning tools & accessories manufacturer, Galileo Associates recently launched a new range of manual cleaning tools for large areas under its brand Galileo. This range consists of high quality manual cleaning tools which are very effective in cleaning large ... Read More »

Executing Ganga-Yamuna ‘Clean up drive’

The central government is going forward with the detailed plan under the ‘Clean-Yamuna Campaign’ envisaging the augmentation of the water capacity by recharging the five big lakes which are close to the river and connecting/channelizing their flow into the river. ... Read More »

CSR to include Sanitation & hygiene

Seven-page official circular just issued by the Union Corporate Affairs Ministry has widened Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of private sector companies by including their operation in sanitation, hygiene and health care for underprivileged forming main components. Under the new Companies ... Read More »