Friday , 5 June 2020
Home » Tag Archives: Cleaning Products

Tag Archives: Cleaning Products

Lessons learnt and yet learning

Dr Dhruv Mamtora, Consultant Clinical Microbiologist and Infection Control officer S. L. Raheja – Fortis associate Hospital The rapidly rising demand for cleaning products, personal protective equipment (PPE) and hand sanitizers, not only in the healthcare sector but in the ... Read More »

Minimize palm oil in cleaning products

UK-based Vectair Systems has made a conscious effort to minimise the use of palm oil in cleaning products by resorting to alternatives The recent documentary (aired on the BBC), “Climate Change: The Facts”, told how the soaring demand for palm ... Read More »

Remembering Sheila Dikshit

As the nation bids adieu to Sheila Dikshit, one of the longest-serving chief ministers of Delhi, who passed away on July 21, Clean India Journal recalls some special moments she spent in our midst. The Clean India Show 2010, inaugurated ... Read More »

Daga Finmark Creating ‘Indian Standard’ Cleaning Products

The market today is filled with cleaning products that meet international standards. However, the Indian demand is unique and specific. “We are now expanding with our indigenously manufactured Indian Standard products that meets Indian requirement beyond international customisation,” says Director ... Read More »

Call for cleaning products

As residents of Texas continue to struggle with the destruction wrought by hurricane Harvey, the ISSA Foundation is partnering with several organizations who are working closely with The American Red Cross and FEMA to collect and supply critical necessities to ... Read More »

Cleaning products from mushroom waste

The University of Alicante Research Group in Polymer and Nanomaterial Analysis (Nanobiopol) dedicated to the study of new biomaterials from natural sources and biodegradable characteristics have initiated a project, Funguschain, to obtain high antimicrobial and antioxidant substances from mushroom residues ... Read More »

14th edition of Clean India Show

The general response from the exhibitors has been that the Clean India Show at Hyderabad has superseded the previous shows. Clean India Journal spoke to exhibitors to capture the proceedings of the Show, impact on the business, demand of products ... Read More »

Expanding Role of Finance In Hospitality

Is the role of finance changing in the hospitality set up? What are these changes? The role of finance in hospitality has become more integrated and enhanced, encompassing various other responsibilities and factors other than purely financial operations. We need ... Read More »

Cleaning Industry Trends

The cleaning industry is buoyant, as the country in the changed scenario is adopting cleaning with open arms. The demand for cleaning products seems to be from coming any quarter rather than just the traditional segments as experienced previously. Some ... Read More »

The ABC of VOCs in Facilities

What are Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and could they be big polluters in your facility? There are thousands of different VOCs having two things in common – they contain carbon, and they evaporate quickly. Some are natural and relatively benign ... Read More »

Designing an efficient CIP program

“It is inevitable that Asian manufacturers will need to transform their operations to keep pace with market forces through greater automation and technology adoption.” Speaking to Clean India Journal, Anand Patel, Marketing Manager-Beverage & Brewing Sector and F&B Training Coordinator, ... Read More »

Clean More With Less

According to the Global Industry Analysts Inc., the global market for industrial and institutional (I&I) cleaning products is projected to exceed US$52 billion by the year 2018, with the increase in demand for these in food and dairy processing sectors. ... 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 »

GCA’s Sustainable Cleaning Practices

GCA Services Group, USA, was founded by a group of entrepreneurs with a goal of creating a nationwide network of building service contractors who would become the commercial cleaning industry’s leaders in sustainable cleaning. From the outset, the company was ... Read More »

Analysis on Green Product performance

The University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell) Toxics Use Reduction Institute’s (TURI) Laboratory is performing gravimetric analysis as part of the IEHA’s High Performance Cleaning Product (HPCP) testing programme to verify the cleaning performance of environmentally preferable products and equipment. ... Read More »

Green products much preferred: Survey

Two surveys conducted by the Ashkin Group, Bloomington, USA, has reported that more shoppers have purchased Green products in 2008 than in the year before. The study revealed that consumers are willing to pay more for environmentally preferable products than ... Read More »

Pulire Verona 2009

Clean India Journal participated in the ninth edition of “Pulire Verona” (June 9-12) which ended on a positive note with 19,509 visitors, one of the largest so far, registering an increase of 14.9% compared to the 2007 edition. There was ... Read More »

Taj Krishna sets a benchmark

Taj Krishna, Hyderabad, has been awarded the Green Globe Benchmarked Status for maintaining the highest standards in its energy and water consumption. The Benchmarking programme award aims to recognise organisations that are committed to implementing an integrated environmental and social ... Read More »

Choosing right cleaning agents

Acids to chemicals to bio-products – all cleaning agents are intended to clean, disinfect and sanitise. But lack of proper knowledge of the ingredients in each agent & their properties and also the amount to be used for different applications can very often prevent the cleaning processes from achieving optimum results. Mohana elaborates on the need for appropriate and efficient use of cleaning products. Read More »