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Editor’s Page April 2019

Yes, Clean India Journal is going places. As the scope of Clean India Technology Week and Clean India Show itself is expanding, the magazine too is bringing in changes in terms of segments wise content. Instead of coming out with ... Read More »

Ramky to set up WTE plants

Ramky Enviro Engineers is looking at strengthening its overseas business by growing its footprint in Asia, Middle East and Africa, which currently accounts for one-third of the overall business. It plans to expand its business in China, Philippines, Singapore, UAE, ... Read More »

Editor’s Page February 2019

Clean India Journal and Clean India Show have come a very long way. The magazine grew nationally and internationally so also the exhibitor/visitor participation and the scope of the Show which is now part of a bigger platform – Clean ... Read More »

Futuristic autonomous cleaners for smart street cleaning

Tandeef, the city cleaning arm of environmental management company Bee’ah which operates street sweeping, cleaning and waste management services in several regions of the UAE including Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah, has introduced autonomous litter vacuum cleaners that can be ... Read More »

Waste Management in Smart Cities

One of the challenges in Smart City projects is the planning and executing a comprehensive waste management programme into connecting the various sectors like residential buildings, commercial & industrial establishments, hotels, healthcare institutes, transport sector, public places, tourism spots and ... Read More »

Heroes of Karnataka

Mangalore has been ranked as the best city in solid waste management under the Swacch Survekshan initiative of the central government. But in terms of waste segregation, we have hardly reached any milestone and we have much to do in ... Read More »

Editor’s Page August 2018

With the third IHS event in Colombo in July hitting it big, Clean India Journal has really gone global. The event garnered international attention and the Journal’s effort in association with the members of the Asian Housekeepers Association to raise ... Read More »

Coca-Cola

In January this year, The Coca-Cola Company announced its World Without Waste vision. By 2030, the company aims to collect and recycle the equivalent of 100 percent of its packaging worldwide. Therefore, In India too, we have started taking rapid ... Read More »

Alappuzha model for waste disposal

Though it is home to Asia’s cleanest village Mawlynnong, Meghalaya will implement the Alappuzha model of waste management in Shillong and Tura as the state struggles to give itself a clean image ahead of the 2022 National Games which it ... Read More »

Smart Toilets in Hyderabad

A Hyderabad-based company has come up with a unique concept—Loo Cafes. The cafe comprises of three different washrooms that can be used by men, women and the differently-abled. It is set up across a space measuring 170 sq. ft. in ... Read More »

Corporate affair with Outsourcing & Sustainability

A few years back when Clean India Journal interacted with a number of admin heads of different corporate houses, banks and other business establishments, we still found them uncertain when it came to outsourcing of cleanliness & maintenance activities to ... Read More »

Why clean is not “CLEAN”

The project was commissioned to Pro Waste in 2013. The institution, then housed in a temporary building had various categories of waste generated from faculty and students’ residences, canteens, labs and other facilities. Pro Waste Concepts devised step one that ... Read More »

Cost-effective fuel for kitchen from waste

The subject of solid and liquid waste management has remained neglected in India, mainly on account of lack of priority to the subject. Paucity of funds, lack of technical knowhow, inadequate human resources, and apathy of citizens to maintain cleanliness ... Read More »

Startups on Waste Management

Over 75% of the waste generated is recyclable but in India, just 30% is recycled. It is time for the nation to wake up and start taking waste management seriously because if this issue is ignored any further then by ... Read More »

Pre-monsoon Preparations

Monsoons have always been a period subjected to contamination and infection. In many cases, organisations learning from the previous experiences, gear up well in advance with appropriate trouble shooting and back up plans. Before the rainy season starts, the prepping ... Read More »

Hi-tech waste management units in Bangalore

With systems and quality support by Sweep Smart, a Netherlands based organisation, a dry-waste management centre in Rajajinagar and the dry waste management unit of the Electronic City Industrial Township Authority (ELCITA) have upgraded their waste management processes thereby taking ... Read More »

Round Table Conference on City Cleaning

The participants included Dr B. Janardhan Reddy, Municipal Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation; P. Poornachandra Rao, Joint Director 2, Commissioner & Director of Municipal Administration, Government of Andhra Pradesh; P. Seshadri, Managing Director & CEO, ODC Standards Certifications (India) Pvt. ... Read More »

Swachh campaign focus on national treasures

In an endeavour to widen the scope and awareness about Swachh Bharat Mission among the citizens and communities, the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC) has decided to organise its thematic Swachh campaign in National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries, ... Read More »