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Hygiene lessons to street food vendors

The urban development department in Jharkhand will launch a special drive to train street food vendors in all 44 urban local bodies (ULBs) across the state to ensure offerings in their menu are safer and hygienic. Vendors will be trained ... Read More »

Eco-smart Ranchi station

The South Eastern Railway has started preparing an action plan to make Ranchi railway station eco-smart. The action plan will include collection and segregation of biodegradable & non-biodegradable waste and their disposal from the station; rodent and pest control on ... Read More »

Ramky to set up WTE plants

Ramky Enviro Engineers is looking at strengthening its overseas business by growing its footprint in Asia, Middle East and Africa, which currently accounts for one-third of the overall business. It plans to expand its business in China, Philippines, Singapore, UAE, ... Read More »

100% mechanised cleaning in Railways

Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said that the Central government is planning to convert all toilets at railway stations into bio-toilets so that tracks are not soiled, and 100 per cent mechanised cleaning is going to be a reality in ... Read More »

Godrej Protekt’s swine flu awareness program

Godrej Protekt Mr. Magic, India’s powder to liquid hand wash, has initiated a week-long awareness program to focus on the vulnerability of school children to viruses like H1N1. As a part of this initiative, a team of doctors from Godrej ... Read More »

NABH revamps Entry-Level Certification process for Hospitals

National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations (NABH) has refurbished Entry-Level Certification Process to make it digital, simpler, faster and user-friendly. The revised process is driven through a new portal called HOPE – Healthcare Organizations’ Platform for Entry- Level-Certification. ... Read More »

Run for menstrual hygiene awareness

Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar along with the Niine Movement is calling upon all the Pad Heroes across India for the nationwide running event Run4Niine. The event will take place in hundreds of cities across 20+ states in India on March ... Read More »

HPMF Rajasthan Chapter Launch

India’s Hospitality Purchasing Managers’ Forum (HPMF) officially launched its Rajasthan Chapter in style on the Indian Republic day, January 26, at Hilton Hotel Jaipur. Over 45 hospitality professionals from Jaipur and neighbouring cities attended the launch function. The Chief Guest ... Read More »

Cloud-based hygiene academy

Diversey has launched its cloud-based Hygiene Academy training platform for food and beverage professionals. It enables managers to supervise and develop their own tailored training programs to improve the knowledge and skillsets of their manufacturing and processing staff. Diversey Hygiene ... Read More »

Futuristic autonomous cleaners for smart street cleaning

Tandeef, the city cleaning arm of environmental management company Bee’ah which operates street sweeping, cleaning and waste management services in several regions of the UAE including Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah, has introduced autonomous litter vacuum cleaners that can be ... Read More »

RB and Diversey to partner in cleaning market

RB, (formerly known as Reckitt Benckiser) and Diversey has announced a strategic alliance in the North American industrial and institutional cleaning market. The expanded partnership builds on RB’s strength in convenient, ready-to-use solutions-via brands including Lysol, Airwick, Easy-Off and Resolve-and ... Read More »

Lotus leaf inspires self-cleaning metals

A team of European researchers have yoked new photonics technology to develop the first fluid-repellent, antibacterial, metal surface taking a step closer to selfcleaning saucepans, toilets, and dishwashers. Taking their ideas from defence mechanisms found in plants such as the ... Read More »

Vomit vacuum at Tokyo station

According to Japanese cleaning firm JR East Environment Access, vomit left behind by drunken revellers are a major problem at Tokyo’s railway hubs. A new vomit-cleaning vacuum invented in Japan has been helping with the cleanup in the country’s capital. ... Read More »

Ecolab’s digital innovation center

Ecolab Inc. in partnership with SMC2, is establishing the Ecolab Digital Center (EDC) in Bengaluru. The EDC will serve as a global ‘Digital Innovation Center of Excellence,’ for the company and drive digital customer and field technology innovation and scale ... Read More »

Double honours for Kerala trains

Kerala trains bagged twin honours in a first-of-its-kind cleanliness survey of 209 trains conducted by the Union Ministry of Railways. KSR Bengaluru-Ernakulam Intercity Express (Train number 12677/78) came first among 20 Intercity Express trains in the country by scoring 789 ... Read More »

IPC machines running on Vellore roads

Ride on Sweepers for the Municipal roads and pavements of Municipal corporation of Nellore were flagged off by Dr P Narayan, State Minister for Municipal Administration & Urban Development, Urban Water Supply and Urban Planning, Nellore. Six of such ride ... Read More »

Amitabh Bachchan donates sewer cleaning machines

Indian film actor Amitabh Bachchan donated a large sewer cleaning machine to MCGM and 20 small ones to Aurangabad to end the manual scavanging practices. This follows his commitment at the 2018 Cleanathon toward taking steps in this direction. He ... Read More »

Hygiene in train biotoilets

A parliament panel has asked railways to take measures to improve the hygiene of lavatories as there are always trepidations over choking and foul smell in the bio-toilets. According to the reports, Railway Convention Committee (RCC) has sought mechanism for ... Read More »