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Clean India Technology Week – CTW 2016 Concludes on a high note

Waste Technology India Expo

Witnessing the most innovative waste management machine and tools, the floor registered footfalls from waste operating companies, municipal commissioners, Indian railway representatives, compost & recycling firms and consultancies. Besides, waste composting equipment, wastewater treatment and recycling methodologies, be it e-waste or other scraps, the innovative solutions that caught everyone’s eyes were waste recycled bricks, stainless steel waste crusher, litter picker and eco-bins.

Civic bodies, industrial visitors and facility heads visited the Waste Technology India Expoon all three days, carrying back loads of options to manage and treat waste in their respective areas. Large housing societies, builders, doctors and NGOs attended a very interactive session on Self Reliance in Waste Management.

Sharing their views, few of the exhibitors said:

Jose Joseph Moonjely, Executive Director- CREDAI Clean City Movement: “The platform plays a crucial role in spreading awareness about the right waste management techniques through knowledge sharing and showcasing of adequate technology solutions.”

Binish Desai, Chairman B Dream Group: “Undoubtedly, the platform has given India and Industry fraternity a solid platform and direction for growth. The expo has generated a lot of enquires which we are pursuing now.”

N Ram, ECO CARE: “We have come up with a technology to crush wet waste generated in domestic as well as commercial sites including home kitchens, hotels and restaurants etc. We have installed Garbodrain, a stainless steel waste crusher at IIT Chennai, which is working efficiently. Our innovative garbage bins do not require any segregation on wet waste and can generate bio gas without any hassle that can be used in heating purpose at home.”

Rajnish Gupta, Branch Manager, Business head, Astol Cleantech (P) Ltd: “We have launched Litter Picker IV 200/10P Vacuum that is specifically designed for collecting voluminous waste in matter of seconds. The indigenous product is self-independent power powerful Honda petrol engine for drive turbo vacuum unit turbine, Its high suction and strong air flow pick-up heavy debris such as bottles, waste paper cups, cans, leaf and other plastic materials.”

Record-breaking footfall- Over 8,250 visitors from 27 countriesMore than 160 new launchesOver 46 first time exhibitors -“Best Show” said all exhibitorsWeek-long Programme-Roadshows-2nd edition of Clean India Awards-International IFM Summit-Clean India Challenge competition -Knowledge-sharing + Networking Session.Making a Difference The week-long activities of the Clean India Technology Week commenced with awareness campaign on professional cleaning from January 17. A team of professional cleaners took on the cleaning of KEM Hospital and the Churchgate Railway Station washroom, using mechanised cleaning solutions. Following the successful completion of the cleaning activity at the most visited toilets of Churchgate Railway Station in Mumbai, Sanjay Khanvilkar, MD-Sanjay…

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