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Ban on flowering plants

In a major move to control the pollen ridden environment of Bangalore, the Corporation has banned planting of flowering plants in the gardens. This move comes in the wake of increasing pollen in the city atmosphere. There has been study ... Read More »

Builder fined for breeding mosquitoes

A private builder in Bangalore has been fined to the tune of Rs.25,000 for keeping the premises unclean leading to mosquito breeding. The BBMP team constituted to survey larvae breeding in 198 wards of the city will be inspecting at ... Read More »

South Eastern Railway to outsource garbage collection

South Eastern Railway Workshop, Kharagpur is planning to outsource shop floor cleaning and removal of garbage from electrical shops. The job basically involves shop floor cleaning. The 410 Metric Tonne garbage or scrap, which comprises metals, foam, reksin etc accumulated ... Read More »

MCGM to implement waste to energy

Situated in the Eastern Suburbs of the city, in an area of about 141 Ha along the Thane creek, Kanjur is a proposed site for municipal solid waste processing and disposal. Kanjur will be able to process 4 000 tonnes ... Read More »

BSCs sought for Janshatabdi Express train

West Central Railway is planning to outsource on board house keeping services for 12059/12060 Janshatabdi Express train of coaching depot, Kota for two years. N K Mishra, Sr Divisional Mechanical Engineer, Kota said, “This job is being outsourced for the ... Read More »

MP Power to outsource mechanised cleaning

Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Co Ltd (MPPGCL), a wholly owned company of the State Government, is looking out for contractors for condenser tubes cleaning using bullets shot method in condenser Unit No.1 of Sanjay Gandhi Thermal Power Station (SGTPS), Birsinghpur. ... Read More »

Insect light traps by Hygiene Solutions

Hygiene Solutions, Gujarat, has launched Vectothor Osprey, insect light traps, especially for kitchens, hotels, food production areas, offices, cafés, restaurants, shops and more. Easy to service, stylish and effective, the Vectothor Osprey features European design build standards and a diffuse ... Read More »

Aman Cleaning launches vacuum cleaner

Aman Cleaning Equipments Pvt Ltd, Noida, has launched a new range of wet/dry vacuum cleaning machine for various applications. The stainless steel body Wet/Dry Vacuum Cleaner SS40E, is equipped with waste container mounted on trolley, making it easy to carry ... Read More »

FSSAI postpones Food Safety Act implementation

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has postponed the implementation of the Food Safety and Standards Act (FSSA) to February 5, 2013, from August 4, 2012, following protests by food business operators against the Act. The contention ... Read More »

Gala Brush organises Clean-a-thon

Gala Brush in association with Times Red Cell, has started a cleanliness drive – Clean-a-thon – to create awareness at the grassroots level. About 20 Housing Societies took part in the drive hosted in Mumbai on Sunday, June 10. The ... Read More »

ForbesPro Training Academy

ForbesPro Clean Technology Solutions, Eureka Forbes, is providing specialized training for mechanized cleaning to service providers and customers at the Forbes Pro Academy of Cleaning Science (FACS), Delhi. An ISO 9001:2008 certified centre, the academy conducts internal trainings to maintain ... Read More »

First two-storey toilets

The Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) will be the country’s first to build two-storey public toilets across the city. While the ground floor is meant for ladies, the first floor will be used by men. Within the next two years, KMC ... Read More »

Purify Narmada

The Madhya Pradesh Government will launch a drive from Narmada River’s originating point at Amarkantak for purification and conservation of the river. Urban Administration and Development, Environment and other departments, Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board and industrial units will also ... Read More »

Hygiene Awareness

The Haryana Health Department has released a new audio CD to create awareness about diarrheoa, self-hygiene and sanitation around homes. The administration has directed all civil surgeons to play the CD in the morning and evening at public places, particularly ... Read More »

Cleaning Outsourced

Having become too well-educated to take up sanitation work, the children of sanitation workers are reluctant to clean the municipal schools under Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP). Moreover, the shortage of sweepers has also led to a crisis-like situation in ... Read More »

Economy Toilets

Thiruvananthapuram Municipal Corporation plans to generate revenue by converting abandoned public toilets into high-class pay-and-use toilets. The outer walls of these facilities will be rented out to advertisement agencies. A private agency has been brought in to set up e-toilets ... Read More »

Israeli wastewater treatment plant, a global model

The Dan Region Wastewater Treatment Plant is among 30 projects from around the world chosen by the United Nations, to demonstrate the ability of local authorities to deal with environmental problems. The plant, known to Israelis as Shafdan, was included ... Read More »

UK recognises right to sanitation

The UK has recognised sanitation as a human right under international law and has committed to doubling ambitions on water, sanitation and hygiene to reach at least 60 million people by 2015. The World Health Organisation and the United Nations ... Read More »