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The recently concluded Clean India Technology Week with four expos and never before success in terms of the number of business visitors and the volume of business transacted, brought in much of post-event excitement among the Cleaning Industry, Laundry segment, Car Care professionals and Waste Management solution providers. The unique aspect of the Show’s success has been that each expo while catering to its own specific solution seekers, could also manage to garner the attention of visitors looking for solutions offered by the other expos. Finally, it is evident that the country has a stable and matured market for cleaning products & solutions; professional cleaning is now the established norm and technology adoption is driving the transformation. From Robots to waste bins that can ‘talk’, technology has a strong presence.

The excitement and enthusiasm generated at the booths and inside the multiple seminar halls are covered in detail in this issue. Putting together a Show of this kind has been an interesting experience for the team; reporting all about it an equally collective effort. Read on.

On the not so happy front, the world is battling against the strangest of enemies– the Corona virus. The social media is spreading awareness about the need to wash hands multiple times every day. Corona or no Corona, Clean India Journal, ever since its inception in 2005, has been advocating hand hygiene and has been bringing the experts’ views to its readers on a regular basis. Not only that, the magazine had organised a number of hand hygiene workshops for schoolchildren. We had observed that it was also important to make children understand how to use the hygiene solution dispensers, or even the basic soap kept in the washrooms. We are talking about the use of high-end technology for cleaning; but we also need to start all over from the very beginning — washing hands, the easiest of all!

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Mangala Chandran
editor@virtualinfo.in

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June 2019
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March 2019
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February 2019
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May 2018
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April 2018
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February 2018
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January 2018
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