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NS Rao Remembering the Legend

Widely accepted as the Father of Indian Pest Management Industry, PCI Founder, NS Rao’s life was a sum of a million inspiring stories – some of which seem straight out of a movie script. When denied a loan from a ... Read More »

Wooden Treat

Natural wooden material is back in the trend, giving a timeless effect which enhances any interior be it in the living or working space. Commonly pre-treated wood material is damage-resistant, but periodic maintenance and treatment make it sustainable and protect ... Read More »

Mosquitoes?…Beat it with flowers

The Chennai City Corporation has agreed to a novel solution to tackle its burgeoning mosquito population. It plans to import pyrethrum used in insecticide to beat the menace. The Chennai Corporation came upon some innovative measures to curb mosquitoes. Some ... Read More »

Rentokil initiates quality customer service program

In today’s business world where good customer service makes a staggering difference to the bottom line, it is imperative for a company to recognize that the delivery of world class customer service is of equal importance, and goes hand-in-hand with ... Read More »

Online system for pest control

PestNetOnline by Rentokil is an online reporting application designed to enable organizations to review the status of their pest control 24 hours a day, seven days a week, across multiple sites. The company has introduced four tiers to the service ... Read More »

Noida moves against pests

The sanitation department has been given strict instructions to ensure that Noida turns spotlessly clean. The health department has started a campaign to make Noida less susceptible to the outbreak of vector borne diseases like dengue and malaria. For that, ... Read More »

Ecolab: Strategic Sustainable Standards

Ecolab Inc., an $11 billion company based in Minnesota, has global businesses spread across a number of key verticals, including Institutional, Food & Beverage, Healthcare, Pest Management, Water Services and Energy Services. In India, Ecolab is catering to a customer base which includes 4-star, 5-star and 5-star deluxe properties falling under the Institutional business banner. Global companies in the beverage, brewery, dairy, processed food and consumer care segments are served by the company’s Food & Beverage business. Read More »

FSI looking for service vendors

The Ministry of External Affairs, Foreign Service Institute (FSI), New Delhi, is seeking Integrated Facility Management service provider at the Old JNU Campus, New Delhi. Speaking to CIJ, Bhupendra Singh, Under Secretary (FSI), said that the selection process is on. ... Read More »

Preventive measures in flour mills

Preventive measures in flour mills Throughout the food chain, the identification, control and extermination of pests in the food industry requires many resources, from producer to manufacturer, carrier to distributor together with surveillance and control by the authorities responsible. Mites, ... Read More »

Sniffing Out Bedbugs

Sniffing Out Bedbugs Two years ago, as more and more people began waking up with itchy, red welts on their body, Chris Goggin, an innovator with two dozen patents realized the world needed a cheap and effective way to detect ... Read More »

IPCA Convention 2011

The Indian Pest Control Association (IPCA) will be hosting the 23rd FAOPMA (Federation of Asian and Oceania Pest Managers Associations) Annual International Convention & Exhibition 2011 from September 22-24, 2011 in Goa. The convention will have participants from over 15 ... Read More »

Sterilization

Insects like mosquitoes, screwworms and fruit flies have short lifecycle of 60-90 days, during which time they mature, reproduce and die. Early pest management is essential to curb their rapid population expansion. Sterilization is one such green technique to control pest infestation Read More »

Curbing Rodent Menace

New Delhi railway station is one of India’s most important railway stations. All Rajdhani Express and Shatabdi Express trains connecting the national capital to other cities originate/terminate here. Around 200,000 passengers use the station daily. In 2007, the responsibility of the Rodent Control Operations on ‘A’ class stations was given to the Medical Department of Railways. The department was in desperate search for a Pied Piper who could rid the NDLS of thousands of rats. The rodent population had almost doubled between 2007-2009 affecting train services and passenger movement. After trying out several contractors, the job was finally assigned to ISS Hicare in March 2009. Clean India Journal spoke to Ravi Kumar & Sushil Mishra, Technical Managers. Read More »

Non-toxic Pest Control for home and garden

Pesticides are toxic and, while often effective against pests, can be dangerous for your family and pets. Outdoors, sprayed pesticides might drift on a breeze and dust your vegetable garden or your neighbor’s yard. Indoors, pesticides can linger in the ... Read More »