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Cleaning Industry Trends

The cleaning industry is buoyant, as the country in the changed scenario is adopting cleaning with open arms. The demand for cleaning products seems to be from coming any quarter rather than just the traditional segments as experienced previously. Some ... Read More »

Ratlam divisions to adopt mechanised cleaning

Indian Railways has recently introduced mechanised cleaning at some stations of Ratlam division. Ujjain, Dahod and Chittorgarh stations have already installed the machines to clean the premises. Tenders are now being floated for Ratlam. In February this year Indore became ... Read More »

NR Railway to outsource cleaning

North Eastern Railway is planning to outsource mechanised cleaning and garbage disposal of Chhapra Railway station and residential colony. Dr S K Rajan, Chief Medical Superintendent, North Eastern Railway Divisional Hospital, Varanasi told Clean India Journal, “The job entails cleaning ... Read More »

Cleaning as an ‘absolute value’

Cleaning is an important indicator of a nation’s modernity, civilization and culture. Cleaning is always a measure of collective freedom in which we celebrate the sense of respect for human beings and from which we can start to plan the future, explains Toni D’Andrea, Managing Director, Afidamp service srl. Read More »

Matunga Workshop cleaning drive

In order to address the disposal of unsegregated industrial waste from its workshop located at Matunga, the Central Railway is planning to outsource the job to a government authorised agency shortly. The agency to be hired will also engage in ... Read More »

West Central Railway outsources mechanised cleaning job

West Central Railway is planning to outsource, cleaning, housekeeping and waste management of New Katni Junction diesel shed premises. The job would clean areas including office complex, training school, laboratory, Railway buildings of diesel loco shed on a daily basis. ... Read More »

Railways to develop track cleaning equipment

Indian Railways is planning to develop a wet and dry heavy duty vacuum cleaner that can collect the garbage from the tracks and deposit in different containers. The machine being considered will not only cater to the need of clearing ... Read More »

New colour for Karcher products

Kärcher GmbH has announced a comprehensive change to the colour of its professional cleaning products as part of a strategic realignment to focus on the customer. Kärcher products will change from their traditional yellow colour to their new colour of ... Read More »

IOCL seeks mechanised cleaning solutions

Indian Oil Corporation Limited, a Public Sector Undertaking under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, is planning to outsource mechanised cleaning of sub stations and cleaning of transformer yards, switchyard & cable galleries at its Gujarat Refinery. JS Patel, ... Read More »

North Central Railway adopts mechanised cleaning

North Central Railway has turned to mechanised cleaning for upkeep of some of its stations including Allahabad, Agra and Jhansi. The cleaning will be mainly done using high pressure jet cleaning. Sandeep Mathur, Chief Public Relations Officer, North Central Railway ... Read More »

Cleaning BRUSHES are critical too

The quality and strength of cleaning brushes differ in different applications. If there are strong bristle brushes for hard surface cleaning, there are softer, bigger and smaller ones for other applications. In fact, there are several brushes for one particular application. It is said there are over 1000 brushes for cleaning alone! How can one ascertain which brush is for which cleaning? Shardul Nautiyal asks the experts. Read More »

Deep cleaning of fitted carpets

Fitted carpets are still in vogue. In fact, they are enjoying increasing popularity. Around two thirds of floors in business premises have textile coverings. And it is not just a fashion fad. Fitted carpets now come in a wide range of colours and a host of new patterns and structures. So it is easy to choose the right one for a particular type of building or use. What is more, fitted carpets have very good anti-slip properties and help reduce noise. Yet if they are to retain their attractive appearance in the long term, they must be cleaned efficiently, systematically and appropriately. Read More »

Taking Stock

Given the consumer patterns in a buyer’s market, Clean India Journal looks at the present scenario with its complexities and strategies for developing new market segments. A report… Read More »

“Waste should be considered as a resource”

Mysore City Corporation (MCC) comprises 65 wards divided in nine zones. Around 400 tonnes of municipal waste is generated daily in the city of which about half is used to produce manure. The rest is handled by Zero Waste Management ... Read More »

Domadia BusCon offers advanced floor cleaning tools

Domadia BusCon has launched Diamond Coated Pads (DCP) which are formulated to maintain and restore honed or polished natural stone like marble, granite, agglomerates, Terrazzo and concrete flooring. DCPs will be showcased at the Clean India Show 2012. These pads ... Read More »

Tirupur Towards replicating a Green Town concept

Known as the Textile city and located in the Coimbatore district, Tirupur is one of the most important industrial centers of Tamil Nadu. Hindered by shortage of manpower for cleaning and sanitation works, Tirupur Municipal Commissioner KR Selvaraj is planning ... Read More »

Food hygiene starts with floor cleaning

Food producers and retailers have to follow perfect hygiene regime at every stage from production stage to end product to reaching the end consumer to retain their lead in the market. Hygiene begins with the floor. Read More »