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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 »

Quality Matters in Cleaning Tools

The simple brush used for cleaning clothes has evolved from its wooden natural fibre state to plastic today but it serves the same purpose. “However, now the demand for making cleaning tools machines with high production capacity has gone up. ... Read More »

‘Customer is the King’

Making a difference Tarini Hygiene, which has a pan-India distributor network, caters to industries’ needs across different market segments. It also undertakes complete project supplies for hotels, airports, hospitals and industries and also manufactures essential oils, which are used in ... Read More »

Efficient Cleaning:Tools do the trick

In this era of technology simplifying various work processes, a thorough knowledge of the right kind of cleaning tools would help get the best results apart from reduction in cost of consumables and time. Clean India Journal discusses how cleaning ... Read More »

Cleaning Solutions for Oil & Refinery Industry

The oil & refinery industry demands round-the-clock housekeeping. The problem of fine dust floating constantly in the air or forming a thin carpet on the floors calls for specialised equipment with special features to ensure that air quality levels are ... Read More »

Temple Cleaning activity of Faber Sindoori

Renowned temples in Chennai are now being maintained by Faber Sindoori Management Services Private Limited. Lathaa Ganesh, Senior General Manager (Housekeeping) told Clean India Journal, “Cleaning a temple has amazing merits and we have been given the opportunity to accumulate ... Read More »

Tools are important too

Cleaning with sophisticated and state-of-the-art tools has replaced the traditional trademark of a cleaner crouching with a cloth mop and a broom, to a professional janitor holding a handle mop or a squeegee, carrying wipes in the pockets and dragging a trolley with chemicals and other accessories. Professional cleaning systems have necessitated the use of tools in applications where they complement mechanised cleaning. Mohana M Read More »