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Whistle Army

Failing to reach anywhere in its effort to make people environment-conscious, a former Chief Secretary of Meghalaya has come up with an initiative in the state – that of using school pupils to create awareness about clean environment among people. ... Read More »

Garbage in the Greenery

Aarey Milk Colony, where the famous Film City, the five-star Palms Hotel, a golf club and an IT park are located, would leave any new visitor awe struck with the pristine greenery that still exists in a concrete jungle like ... Read More »

Causes of Cleanroom Contamination

There are three major categories of cleanroom contaminants – airborne, fluid and transfer contaminants. Once these come into contact with an object, some of the contaminants can immediately cause problems. Hard particles are capable of damaging the surface of a ... Read More »

Need for self awareness

Cleanest places in the world: Most of the European countries are clean, pristine and very well maintained. In India, Konkan stretch (Maharashtra) is worth visiting, because it is still unexploited by us (humans) and has managed to retain its old ... Read More »

Colour, colour what colour…

Experienced hands can also make mistakes once in a while. Especially, when multiple tasks have to be handled at the same time. The error could be as simple as using a wrong chemical or different coloured mop! Clean India Journal ... Read More »

Princess leads cleanliness drive

Princess Fay Ary, also known as Princess Jahanara, who is a French National and married to one of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah’s great grandsons, took the lead in the October cleanliness drive in Lucknow. The drive was carried out in ... Read More »

Cleanliness month in MP

Fifty-two thousand villages under 23,000 panchayats in the state of Madhya Pradesh observed October as ‘Cleanliness Month’. Every household was asked to follow cleanliness norms as instructed by the government which included constructing toilets. Read More »

Cleanliness drive in Nainital

The women of Nainital have come together under the banner of the Maitri Women Organisation to clean the streets and collect waste materials lying near drains that have been polluting the Naini lake. The organisation will be also performing street ... Read More »

Bringing up a professional company

Starting in a small way in 1999, CAERE Pvt Ltd, a Hyderabad based housekeeping services company, has completed 10 years of professional service. Prathibha and Christopher Blessing, the founders of this company have taken Caere across India with over 4000 employees, over 50 clients and with engagements in over 400 properties. The couple speak to Clean India Journal. Read More »

Cleaning Ganga

Hundreds of cadets of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) gathered at Buxar ghat recently to clean the Ganga river; with an aim to create awareness about preserving the holy river. The national campaign, ‘Ganga Swachhta Ahiyan’ (Save Ganga Mission), was ... Read More »

MBA students get down to brooming

More than 35 senior and junior MBA students of the Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management (SIOM), Nashik, got down to cleaning one of the ‘most dirtiest place of Nashik’ this Dusserah. Varun Jindal, one of the students, told CIJ that ... Read More »

Robots to clean streets, collect rubbish?

A robot walking up to you to collect the daily garbage and another one sweeping the street can soon become a reality. This new generation of mobile and autonomous robots is part of the DUSTBOT research project under the VI ... Read More »

A clean direction

School dropouts and college failures do not know what to do with their lives and end up taking to crime. “They need someone to show them the right direction,” said Satish Raut of the MSME Development Institute, under the ministry ... Read More »

We can bring in change

“If you are conscious about your surroundings, others would automatically follow your actions,” says actor Divya Dutta Many of the  cities abroad are generally kept clean. It could be because of the rules and regulations over there. It is also ... Read More »

Coastal cleanup day

As part of spreading awareness about cleanliness, International Coastal Cleanup day was organised by the Indian Coast Guard in Chennai and Mumbai on September 19. Thousands of volunteers from schools, colleges, non-governmental organisations, civil administration and government organisations gathered around ... Read More »