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IEHA conducts pilot programme for CRI

The International Executive Housekeepers Association (IEHA) would be conducting a pilot programme for its cross-section of members (both in-house and outsource cleaning operations) and to executives who support the current Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI), Seal of Approval (SOA) and ... Read More »

Funny Side Up

Training period is the most crucial phase in a janitor’s career; perhaps the most fun filled time as well. Along with the learning process, there could be interesting and funny experiences which he would carry with him throughout his working life. Clean India Journal has started meeting some of the janitors to get to know those hitherto untold stories of goof ups and lighter moments. Read More »

Maintaining Housing Societies

Servicing residential complexes are simpler, though there are challenges, say Ajay and Sapna Rao of Ambience Services, Mumbai With more and more housing societies opting for professional housekeeping, the volume of business in this sector is increasing rapidly,” say Sapna ... Read More »

Ecolab on Training customers

Ecolab Food Safety & Hygiene Solutions Pvt. Ltd has set up operations in over 160 countries and has been in the Indian market through distributors for several years. “Eventually, to expand market one has to sell direct, so we have ... Read More »

Schevaran completes 20 years

To start a business on a commodity, the marketability of which is unknown is not easy. But Sam Cherian Kumbakattu went ahead and established a manufacturing facility in Mysore to produce cleaning chemicals and disinfectant formulations, way back in late1980s. ... Read More »

Industrial cleaning solutions for CEMENT INDUSTRY

Unlike steel, the cement industry demands round-the-clock housekeeping with fine dust floating constantly in the air or forming a thin carpet on the floor. This calls for specialised equipment with special features to ensure that air pollution levels are maintained well within the prescribed limits. At many cement factories, cleaning up of this residue is still being done with brooms, shovels and wheel barrows. Mohana discusses with Industry players the existing and prospective mechanised solutions for the cement industry… Read More »

Eureka Forbes offers budget range

Eureka Forbes has introduced budget range equipment, especially for housekeeping company. These machines are not only sturdy but are also economical. Housekeeping companies make heavy capital investment in the initial stage of the contract and this makes their investment more ... Read More »