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Clean India Awards: Equipment

Heavy Duty Steam Cleaning Machine, CWG India Pvt Ltd Cleaning varies as per the work, application and environment. The Heavy Duty Steam Cleaning Machine from CWG caught jury’s eye, when it came to facilities such as hot water injection for ... Read More »

Clean India Awards : Tools

Indoor Window cleaning and Ceiling Dusting Kit, Unger India Pvt. Ltd Made by using nLite and rigid high quality aluminium, the tool kit includes Flexible high grade bacteria deterrent aluminium pad holder with Velcro and microfiber pads, STARDUSTER® PROFLEX: Bendable ... Read More »

Clean India Awards: Chemicals

iCapsol RM 768, Karcher Cleaning Systems Ltd Ideal for maintenance, cleaning of textile floor coverings, the carpet cleaner iCapsol RM 768 replaces completely the Disc-Shampoo RM 768, offers very fast drying – very quickly possible to be re-walked. The briefest ... Read More »

Clean India Awards: Hygiene Solutions

V-Screena Urinal Screen, Excel International V-Screen® urinal screen, an effective means of keeping drains and urinals free flowing fits over the drain or in the urinal and acts as a net to catch debris such as chewing gum, cigarettes, paper ... Read More »

Clean India Awards: Best New Product Launch

Battery Operated Servokeeper Guest Room Trolley Model SPL 17, Charnock The trolley has instant stop start control, with a runtime of 3 hours equal to 10 miles of travel between charges.The battery meter displays the charge level of the battery; ... Read More »

Rag pickers’ dream

Can a city survive without its garbage collectors, especially the barely visible workforce of women ragpickers? Women ragpickers labour from dawn to dusk everyday collecting and segregating garbage to sell recyclable items. Wonder what they earn for this back-breaking work? Do they have any dreams for their future? Read More »

Sikkim to achieve Zero-Waste status in villages

As part of the Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan (NBA), local people at Gangtok were trained in composting techniques for bio-degradable wastes and Solid Waste Management. Dehradun-based Clover Organics organized a technical session to train the members of village panchayats, local students ... Read More »

ETP-Installation, a must for hospitals in Nagpur

In a major development, all hospitals in Nagpur having 100 or more beds, now would have to compulsorily construct effluent treatment plant (ETP). In a directive issued to hospitals, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) has made setting up sewage system ... Read More »

No toilet, No poll ticket!

Marking World Toilet Day (WTD), Bihar government, for the first time has made ‘having an In-house toilet’ as one of the prerequisites for contesting local body and panchayat polls. Read More »

NFR To Dispose Of Scrap Though E-Auction

The yards, premises and platforms of different stations falling under the Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) now would offer a clean look as the solid scrap items are going to be disposed of through auctioning. The sale of scrap is undertaken ... Read More »

Railways to recycle water at all major stations

The Railways Ministry has drawn up a massive plan to recycle and prevent wastage of water at major locations where there is water scarcity and heavy demand of water for domestic & non-domestic purposes. This information was given by the ... Read More »


The Emerging Antimicrobial Resistance Society (EARS) today kicked off its weeklong nationwide campaign to promote the rational use of antibiotics with awareness walk in the city today. The misuse of antibiotics has led to the emergence of dangerous bacterial strains ... Read More »

War Against “Winged Terrorists”

In a major development, the Jammu and Kashmir government has launched massive steps to encounter the winged terrorists: the mosquitoes. Close on the heels of reporting of a large number of cases of dengue, it has been viewed that mosquitoes ... Read More »

TN Health Minister Forms Modalities For Cleanliness

Recently appointed as the Minister for Health and Family Welfare in Tamil Nadu, Dr. C. Vijayabaskar has formed modalities to fight against the mosquitoes to stop spread of dengue and launch a massive cleanliness drive in this ancient district. Presiding ... Read More »

Cleaning The ‘Head Of The Great Blue Sky’

Braving pitfalls, death traps and risking lives, the intrepid Sherpas of Nepal have succeeded in cleaning nearly 20-tonnes of solid and hazardous wastes this year from the ‘Head of the Great Blue Sky:’ Mt. Everest. The world this year is ... Read More »