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Reward & Recognition Making a difference

Housekeeping is a continuous process which requires an inspired team of people working with diligence and putting in efforts to tackle the most challenging cleaning chores. One can easily understand the challenges of housekeeping and maintenance of an industrial facility ... Read More »

Investing in Housekeeping

Housekeeping is a key department of a hotel. As we understand hotel business, there are two major revenue centres – Rooms Division and Food & Beverage Division. “Housekeeping is an integral part, both in terms of creating a standard product ... Read More »

HOUSEKEEPING: Advantage Wipes & Mops

Industries such as healthcare, food processing, heavy engineering and hospitality are sectors which essentially require special wipes & mops for various applications. While conventional cotton cloths still top the demand, microfibres & disposable wipes are showing increasing user acceptance due to their easy-to-use, higher disposability index and hygiene level gradation properties. Read More »

Housekeeping:Mobile Wash Hand Basin

The award-winning WIPEPOD, a commercial impregnated wipes dispenser, was launched four years back. It is designed so that recyclable Hygiene Wipes (that are safe on skin, surfaces and equipment) are always readily available, within arm’s reach. The WIPEPOD is a ... Read More »

Housekeeping:Benefits of Microfibre Mops

The Aluminum Microfibre Dust Mops consist of a lightweight handle with a maneuverable flat rectangular head that attaches the microfibre pad to the mop head using velcro. Microfibre dust mop picks up and traps dust, dirt, grease, and particles inside ... Read More »

Housekeeping:The Kitchen Wipes

For professionals in restaurants, bars and kitchens, Wettex® as kitchen wipe has been introduced as highly absorbing, wet wiping solution. It absorbs up to 10 times its own weight. Read More »

Commercial Kitchen Maintenance

Workplace kitchens are dangerously dirty to the point that they could cause illness, new research suggests. It has been revealed that half of the surfaces in workplace kitchens is contaminated by dangerously high levels of coliforms – the bacteria present ... Read More »

Investing in safe access & cleaning systems

Façade access system or façade cleaning system that has evolved from access engineering and access equipment came to the fore in the late 90s. Ever since, a lot of buildings requiring exterior façades access system with different configurations have come ... Read More »

Need for skilled manpower

The hospitality industry in India is growing by leaps and bounds, and poised to become the second largest employer in the world by 2019. Housekeeping, which forms the heart of the hospitality industry, is keeping pace with the growth. The ... Read More »

Creating better synergies through KPIs

The continuous growth of the cleaning industry in the last few years has led to the emergence of professional service providers and end users who believe in not only defining and setting standards but also in finding modes to effectively ... Read More »


How many housekeepers should be deployed to service 50,000sqft area of a university or school? For an area of 50,000sqft, we must first decide the activities and frequency. If it has clear floor area of roughly 35,000sqft, and considering it ... Read More »

Clarity in norms required for manufacturing sector

Having launched new chemicals and tools for professional cleaning, Revachem has a growing presence in pharma, healthcare and hospitality sectors and is now focusing on industrial and manufacturing segment. In an interview with Clean India Journal, Jigar Shah, Proprietor, shares ... Read More »

Investing in Building Image

Heading the Abad chain of Resorts and Hotels in Kerala as the Corporate Manager-Housekeeping, Bindu Pravish believes that investing in the housekeeping department is important to maintain the image of a hotel. In a brief interview with CIJ at her ... Read More »

and the beat goes on….

Training for kitchen hygiene is like pounding a rhythm to the brain… repetitive and consistent! Induction training according to SOPs must be followed by supervision to make sure that it is put into practice. This coupled with constant monitoring and re-training is the only formula for success in achieving high standards of kitchen hygiene. Read More »