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Meghe Group looking for cleaning solutions

Nagpur based Meghe Group of Institutions, a network of educational institutes in various disciplines, is planning to introduce mechanised cleaning in its premises. Speaking to Clean India Journal, Madhuri Ravetkar, HOD-Architecture & Planning at Meghe Group said, “With more and ... Read More »

Rubbermaid’s ‘Clean Look’ range

The US based Rubbermaid Commercial Products has created a new range of products for washrooms and toilets that not only look clean but also feel clean. The ‘Clean Look’ range includes air care, surface care and skincare products with dispensers ... Read More »

Quilon station goes for mechanised cleaning

Southern Railway plans to adopt mechanised cleaning at the Quilon railway station (Thiruvananthapuram Division) by outsourcing services to a cleaning company for a period of two years. Speaking to Clean India Journal, Dr VN Mathur, Chief Medical Superintendent- Thiruvananthapuram division ... Read More »

NanoTech hygiene cloth from Vileda

Vileda Professional has developed a new NanoTech micro cloth which enables hygienic and healthy cleaning. Certified by BMA, the ultra fine microfibre cloth containing silver nano particles can remove up to 99.9% of micro organisms. The silver particle which efficiently ... Read More »

Well-designed School Restrooms Help Maintenance

“School restrooms that are thoughtfully designed and equipment & fixtures carefully selected are in a better position to provide safer, cleaner and more user-friendly restroom facilities,” says Prashant Muley, Principal of Podar International School at Aurangabad. Speaking to Clean India ... Read More »

Campaign Clean India: A holistic approach to cleaning

If the enthusiasm and commitment of the Minister of Tourism, Subodh Kant Sahai to make select tourism destinations in India clean & hygienic bears fruit, 2012 will definitely be the “Year of India” as envisaged by him. In an exclusive interview with Clean India Journal’s Jayaraman Nair and Mangala Chandran, the Minister explains how focusing on the upkeep of tourist destinations and the approach to those at the grassroots level would be the prime objective of Campaign Clean India. The Campaign to be launched in April this year will aim to double the number of inbound tourists to India from the present five million to 10 million by the end of 2016, which would be one per cent of all global travellers visiting India. He is also open to suggestions and road maps from Clean India Journal. Read More »

Bhart Forge Ltd, Pune: Increasing productivity with Cleaner Workshops

One of the oldest known metalwork manufacturing processes where metal is pressed, pounded or squeezed under great pressure and heated into high strength parts is forgings. The domestic automotive sector and outsourcing have been the key drivers of growth for the forging industry in India with consistent increase in production, capacity utilization and exports. With the booming auto component industry with forging exports projected to touch US$5 billion (which is about 15% of the auto component exports) by 2015, the demand for forgings is expected to be at least 16% per annum. The forging industry is largely growing around automotive industry which is mainly concentrated in West as well as South India. But how are forging manufacturers maintaining the production premises? What is the cleaning technology being adopted? What are their specific cleaning requirements? Mohana M finds out… Read More »

Gloves – Maintaining Food & Hand Hygiene Standards

Users in any food processing environment face a number of hazards, including sharp-edged tools, materials and surfaces, temperature extremes, food products themselves, grease, bacteria and the harsh solutions, and chemicals used to clean & sanitize processing areas... Using the right hand protection for the application can also protect food products from contamination and the spread of food borne pathogens. Read More »

Symbol of Food Safety

Gloves hold a special identity as a part of the ‘Food Handler’s Protective Clothing Kit’. With the advent of ‘Food Safety’ they are used profusely in the food industry today. Restaurant production and service staff, Employees from manufacturing units and ... Read More »

Special cleaning cell for Pune Station

The Railway Budget of 2012-13 has included the formation of a special cleaning body to take care of in the trains and the stations. In a recent press note, Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi admitted that the standards of cleanliness at ... Read More »

Run-away bride

In most of rural India lack of proper sanitation is still a grave problem. Women suffer the most and patiently wait for darkness for the sake of privacy. However, Anita Bai of a Madhya Pradesh tribal village ran away from ... Read More »

‘Street Food’ Laws

In order to maintain hygiene and cleanliness in the city, the Cochin City Corporation is set to distribute around 100 modern thattukadas in the city. About 50 thattukadas would be equipped with solar heaters, purified water and good stoves for ... Read More »

SCA’s offer to acquire Georgia-Pacific accepted

Georgia-Pacific has accepted SCA’s binding offer and a sales and purchase agreement has been signed by both parties. The process will continue towards finalizing the acquisition, including the approvals by relevant competition authorities and further local consultation processes. Georgia-Pacific has ... Read More »

W-C Railway calls for cleaning service contractors

The West-Central Railway has planned to outsource cleaning in Bhopal to professional service providers to keep platforms clean. Speaking to CIJ, MS Bhatia, Sr Divisional Commercial Manager in Bhopal, said, “Cleaning of railway stations is in itself a specialised and ... Read More »

BPW hosts “Hygiene Matters” for tiny-tots

Using the school annual day as a platform to inculcate best hygiene practices and to take that extra step to spread awareness among children and parents, Best Practice Washroom Pvt Ltd hosted “Hygiene Matters” with the Little More Activity Club ... Read More »

Toilets in schools – SC orders

The Supreme Court has extended its December 31 deadline to March 31 for states and Union Territories to provide separate permanent toilets for boys and girls in all schools across India. Parents have seen reluctant to send their children, especially ... Read More »

Colour code for schools!

The National Urban School Sanitation Initiative recently conducted survey of 304 CBSE schools in New Delhi. The survey assessed schools on parameters such as washroom hygiene, water supply, water conservation, campus cleanliness, hygiene awareness and innovative methods towards maintaining hygiene. ... Read More »

BPW’s school hygiene programme

Best Practice Washrooms Pvt Ltd (BPW) has designed an “Importance of Hygiene programme” to spread awareness among school children. It has associated with the ‘Little More Club’ in Mumbai, a school known for combining learning with fun by way of ... Read More »

Kitchen Hygiene: Regulations vs Practices

Each year, millions of people worldwide suffer from foodborne diseases. Kitchen hygiene is a crucial topic that needs to be focussed on to highlight the problems and seek solutions that ensure sanitary conditions in this area. We all know what it should be and we all know what it really is. Clean India Journal decided to bring to the table, the issues that make it difficult to put the recommended and enforced regulations into practise. A panel of 10 dynamic and diverse individuals comprising of Hotel GMs, Chefs and Industry Experts participated and discussed Kitchen Hygiene at a round table conference which was moderated by Avril Sule, Hospitality Educator and Trainer. Read More »