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Editor’s Page April 2018

It does not matter where the cleaning is done and who is cleaning. What matters is whether the process of cleaning is healthy, safe, environment friendly and effective. With the push towards more eco-friendly cleaners, the chemicals used for many ... Read More »

Kauvery Hospital Culture of Cleanliness

When it comes to Infection control, Kauvery Hospital-Chennai is in the forefront. Dr Aravindan Selvaraj, Executive Director & Chief Orthopedic Surgeon tells Clean India Journal that the carriers of infection are very often the medical staff themselves. Joining the hospital ... Read More »

India Hoga Clean

A public awareness campaign on cleanliness titled ‘India Hoga Clean’ has been initiated by Network18 which focuses on Mumbai, Pune, Goa and Bengaluru in its first phase. The work done by different activist groups in these cities to maintain hygiene ... Read More »

Microfiber Technology

M.K.Padmanabhan, Chief Executive Officer,Faber Sindoori Management Services Ltd It is one of the most significant, efficient and innovative inventions made in the cleaning industry. It has proven its efficacy very well in hospital industry. Microfiber technology is used mostly in ... Read More »

Smart way to Spick & Span

What does it mean to optimise resource allocation? How much time does the typical owner or manager of any property give to its cleanliness and appearance? In general, it depends on what the purpose of that facility is. If it ... Read More »

Chemicals, cost & quality

What has been your experience with different cleaning chemicals and brands? As far as Meluha The Fern and Rodas, an Ecotel Hotel are concerned, we have always preferred ecofriendly chemicals. Previously, we were using chemicals that were not up to ... Read More »

Cleanliness & Custom in Culinary Culture

Cleanliness and hygiene has been a part of the Indian culinary system from age-old times. However, with time, this natural habit has become a forgotten heritage requiring a refresher course today. P. Soundararajan, Corporate Executive Chef of Mahindra Holidays and ... Read More »

Keeping down costs with accurate dispensing

With the enormous amount of price pressure and competition in the cleaning industry, organisations are constantly looking for ways to decrease overheads while remaining competitive. WHEN IT comes to dosing and dispensing, a common misconception is that the purchasing price ... Read More »

Stay Clean, Stay Healthy

‘Cleanliness is next to godliness’, goes the proverb. We can achieve everything physically, mentally or spiritually only when we are clean in our body, mind and soul. Being clean and tidy is vital, which should start with personal hygiene. Any ... Read More »

Looking back Moving forward

The idea of introducing a magazine for Cleanliness and Hygiene was getting brewed inside the office of Virtual Info Systems for long. It was the vision Jayaram and JP had been nurturing. But the real motivation came from the positive ... Read More »

“Be the Change”

Jubilant FoodWorks Limited (JFL), a Food Service Company has envisioned “Be The Change” – a nationwide attempt to inspire behavioural change aimed at supporting the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, starting with the immediate vicinity of own restaurants. The announcement was made ... Read More »

Cleaner Infrastructure for better growth

Forbes Pro- Clean Technology Solutions has aptly defined Cleaning as a science and like “cleaning consultants,” Forbes Pro has provided Health & Hygiene solutions to all the infrastructural segments. The Public Transport Revolution -Metro Rail Transforming itself into a lifeline ... Read More »

Educating Tribal Communities

Lack of education and awareness among the communities in the backward regions and in remote localities of the nation has been pushing them towards impoverished life. They are engulfed with superstitions and different socio-religious taboos; have poor awareness about cleanliness, ... Read More »

Court orders toilets for women

In a recent move, the Bombay High Court has instructed every municipal corporation in Maharashtra to devise a policy to build toilets for women near main roads by March 31. The court has also stated the need for involving NGOs ... Read More »

SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN

I am very confident about the success of #SwachhBharat movement. The government is doing every bit to ensure the success of this five year movement. We expect people too, to join the movement with same seriousness. – Manoj Sinha, MoS, ... Read More »

MoUD to partner with LocalCircles

The Ministry of Urban Development has partnered with LocalCircles, India’s leading Community Social Media to build online citizen communities for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan at the National level and for urban neighbourhoods and constituencies across India. The unique initiative will ... Read More »

The Miraculous ‘Clean India’ Movement

“I am sure you have heard time and again that cleanliness is next to Godliness. Alas, things are often different when it comes to putting this into practice. On 2nd October we are launching Swachh Bharat Mission, a massive mass ... Read More »

Emphasizing ‘Cleanliness’ from Red Fort

Amid the plans of e-governance and digital India, it was very unconventional and unusual of a Prime Minister to include topics of ‘toilets’ and ‘filth’ in an Independence Day speech; but then, it was perhaps an appropriate stage for Narendra ... Read More »