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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 »

Study on Personal Hygiene

The new global study on cleanliness reveals only 54% of Canadians wash their hands five times a day. In the study conducted by Global Hygiene Council among 12 countries and 12,000 people, Canada ranked fourth behind Brazil, Germany and France ... Read More »

Cleanliness through ‘Play’!

No – it’s not a book, but a play… Those using the New Delhi, Old Delhi and Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway stations have been entertained and educated whilst waiting for their trains. As part of a new programme, devised by Northern ... Read More »

Campaign for ‘Clean India’

The Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, recently launched awareness and sensitisation campaign ‘Clean India’ which will be implemented from April 2012 as part of the 12th five year plan initiatives for tourism. The campaign seeks to bring together media, ... Read More »

Eco initiatives of Green Hotel

Marriott Hotel and Convention Centre, Pune, is the only hotel in Pune and in the Marriott chain to be awarded LEED Gold Certification by the Indian Green Building Council. Balan Paravantavida, General Manager, gives a brief account of the eco-friendly ... Read More »

GCA’s Sustainable Cleaning Practices

GCA Services Group, USA, was founded by a group of entrepreneurs with a goal of creating a nationwide network of building service contractors who would become the commercial cleaning industry’s leaders in sustainable cleaning. From the outset, the company was ... Read More »

Forum on sanitation and hygiene

Raising awareness on water, sanitation and on hygiene issues in underdeveloped and developing countries, the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) is organising ‘Global Forum on Sanitation and Hygiene’ from October 9-14, 2011 in Mumbai. The forum is a ... Read More »

SCA’s low cost hygiene products

Global hygienic paper giant SCA Hygienic Product has been providing safe and hygienic sanitary products to Latin America and Asia. As a part of its marketing strategy, SCA is offering low-cost hygiene products in small packages. Similar projects are being ... Read More »

No facilities for tourists

Chamundi Hills in Karnataka is a tourist attraction for people across the globe but does not have proper facilities for the visitors. According to the temple authorities, about 6.5lakh people visit the hillock on Ashada Fridays and over 5000 everyday. ... Read More »

Mess at Kolkata Airport

Recent report says that cleanliness at Kolkata airport has deteriorated with cleaning staff neglecting basic duties as a result of rivalry between unions. This has only resulted in unclean terminals, littered lounge floors, overflowing and dirty toilets. Even the luggage ... Read More »

Sanitary napkins for र1

Low-cost and hygienic sanitary napkins from the hosiery waste will soon be made available to the rural women in Punjab. Ludhiana, the hub of the textile and knitting industry, has been chosen for the pilot project. The project, to be ... Read More »

Greenlime on hygiene campaign

Pudumjee Hygiene has started a total hygiene outreach programme targeting school kids and corporates. Schoolchildren, easily affected by communicable diseases and infections, are being educated to understand the importance of the usage of hand sanitizers and clean tissues. The Greenlime ... Read More »

Filthy suite for $500!

Imagine shelling out $500 for a night stay at a top five-star hotel in Melbourne and finding the luxury suite inhabitable due to unhygienic surroundings! A forensic audit using swab tests to identify bacteria in Melbourne’s seven top hotels has ... Read More »

Disposable dishcloths get HPA vote

The Health Protection Agency has advocated the use of disposable ‘dishcloths’ in the food preparation sector following a study of catering kitchens. HPA researchers who visited 120 restaurants and fast-food kitchens in the north-east of England discovered that 56% of ... Read More »

Get paid to pee

The South African city of Durban is looking to buy liquid waste to encourage residents to use dry toilets. Aiming to improve hygiene and save money, the port city has installed in home gardens about 90,000 toilets that don’t use ... Read More »