Hygiene Management of FHC units
The high infection risk presented by FHC units results from the waste inside the unit which includes traces left on... Read More
Smart Washrooms 4 Feminine Hygiene Care Units
While it is essential that hands are dried as one leaves the washroom to avoid accumulation of bacteria, it is equally essential to leave behind a clean washroom to avoid contamination and spread of bacteria. One major issue confronting most washrooms in India is the lack of right method of disposing off feminine hygiene products. It is either flushed down the toilet or is discarded in a common dustbin. The former results in choked sewer lines and the latter spreads contamination. The impact of leaving behind sanitary waste in a common bin that could be noticed by the next user or the janitors is demoralising. Corporate offices are slowly installing the feminine hygiene care (FHC) units and sporting a Smart Washroom, especially for their female staff. Clean India Journal spoke to some of the end users who are usings FHC units.
OCS ties up for germicide technology
OCS group, UK, and Genesis Biosciences have signed an agreement for the exclusive use of germicide ActivapTM in its feminine... Read More
Unclogging of drainage
When water in the bathroom takes a longer time to go down the drain, there certainly is a problem