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Indian Crisis Scenario – A Report

For the first time in the history of India, the year 2012 saw several public protests against improper waste management all across India – from the northernmost State of Jammu and Kashmir to the southernmost Tamil Nadu. A fight for ... Read More »

Preventive measure in pest control

The most disturbing news flashed recently in the world dailies of rodents feasting on a new born twin in a Rawalpindi hospital in Pakistan was horrifying but unfortunately this is not the first time! Many such incidents go unreported too. ... Read More »

Proper maintenance of polished concrete floor

The increasing preference of people for polished concrete floor has led to a compelling need to have a more focused approach to maintenance. The customer as well as the service provider have realized the importance of having proper knowledge in polished concrete floor maintenance. Read More »

Industrial laundry for Bilaspur Railway

The Bilaspur Railway has installed industrial laundry system to process an average 3300 kg of linen per day to cover all primary trains originating from Bilaspur coaching depot. The mechanized laundry was inaugurated by Kanta Kumar, President-SECRWWO in December 2012. ... Read More »

RMCL manufactures for US based Whittaker

Coimbatore-based cleaning equipment manufacturer Roots Multiclean Ltd (RMCL) has successfully manufactured carpet cleaning machines for the US-based leading carpet care specialist RE Whittaker Company. The newly introduced carpet encapsulation machine, Lomac Trio, can be used in between vacuuming and shampooing. ... Read More »

My Waste

New Zealand has launched a mobile phone application called ‘My Waste’ that allows a user to find out bin collection times, operating hours, landfill and transfer fees & locations, as well as handy waste tips. The application is free to ... Read More »

Waste to Bricks

Researchers at the University of Jaen (Spain) have mixed waste from the paper industry with ceramic material used in the construction industry to produce bricks. The cellulose from the paper industry and the ceramic are mixed together and passed through ... Read More »

Urine as fertilizer

In Nepal’s Sotang district, the farmers have been reaping bountiful harvests due to a project initiated last year by the Dzi Foundation, a Colorado-based non-profit organization, along with a local non-governmental organization. They have built over 1,000 toilets for nearly ... Read More »

A Failed Campaign

The SMS service recently launched by the Pune Municipal Corporation to allow citizens to report uncollected trash to the authorities and have it collected within eight hours has not met with much success. There have been many instances where despite ... Read More »

Online monitor

To manage the garbage collection problem of Mumbai city, the BMC has come up with a hi-tech solution that allows civic body’s solid waste management department and the citizens to capture images of collection points and uncollected garbage in the ... Read More »

e-Waste Recycling

Ahmedabad has set up an electronic waste collection system with the base being ready and the collection to begin in two to three weeks. There will be collection points in colleges, petrol pumps and malls. Plans are on to repair ... Read More »

Project Arogya

Costal Gujarat Power Ltd, a subsidiary of Tata Power has installed mobile toilets at Tragadi Bunder under the ‘Project Arogya’ programme to provide hygienic and clean sanitation to its inhabitants and engage its fisherman community. The company has sensitized fishermen ... Read More »

Contaminated water

Western Railway assured clean drinking water at Churchgate station building after spontaneous protest by its employees. Many people fell sick after drinking foul smelling and strange tasting water. When repeated complaints fell on deaf ears, they stopped work and ‘gheraoed’ ... Read More »

Clean and Green

The Ambattur Industrial estate in Chennai has set up an effluent treatment plant in its premises in addition to its two sewage treatment plants. Plans are on to make the estate “clean and green” during its golden jubilee year and ... Read More »

$100,000 Toilet studded with diamonds

A diamond-studded toilet valued at over $100,000 comprising of more than 72,000 pieces of Swarovski cut crystal was manufactured by INAX in tandem with a jeweller from Austria. It is currently wowing visitors at a showroom in the Ginza shopping ... Read More »

New sales head for Unger

Dave Rogers has taken the new role of European Sales Manager of Unger. Adopting a challenging remit to aggressively grow revenues for Unger’s professional cleaning products across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, Rogers will also oversee the UK ... Read More »

Charnock-Santoemma tie-up

Charnock Equipment Pvt Ltd, the authorized distributor for Italy based Sanotemma products in India, has introduced a range of equipment. Charnock has now included Santoemma’s new series of Carpet care and Washroom care with unique features like multiple functions and ... Read More »

Clean India Show is back in Bangalore

After almost six years, the Clean India Show will be back in Bangalore this December at the KTPO exhibition centre. The Clean India Show which started with just 20 stalls in 2005, recently concluded the 8th edition with over 120 ... Read More »

2011 was a good year

In the December 2011 edition of the newsletter of Roots Multiclean Limited, Ruediger Schroeder, President & CEO writes that the year gone by has been very “successful and remarkable” for his company. Apart from the development of new products and ... Read More »

CMEP Expo, Dubai

Virtual Info Systems goes international Virtual Info Systems Pvt Ltd – the organisers of India’s most successful international cleaning exhibition – Clean India Show, is expanding into the Middle East market with the forthcoming CMEP Expo – Clean Middle East ... Read More »