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Automation & Management

The laundry processes have changed significantly over a period of time, especially in India. Though the traditional way of washing linen still continues, a significant quantity of linen gets treated in hi-tech processes in commercial laundries. Setting and operating a ... Read More »

Water conservation at Greenwood high

To combat water supply problems stemming from delayed and erratic monsoon, Greenwood High School in Bengaluru decided to lower its dependence on bore wells. The school started harvesting rain water last year and as part of its innovative water conservation ... Read More »

Overview: FM Challenges

Only in the recent past has Facility Management been recognised as a core function in an organisation which can have a bearing on the bottom line. Apart from bringing down costs, good FM practices help make work place safe, comfortable and productivity-focused, says Aravind R Babu, Corporate Admin & Facilities, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd, Hyderabad Read More »

Colour code for schools!

The National Urban School Sanitation Initiative recently conducted survey of 304 CBSE schools in New Delhi. The survey assessed schools on parameters such as washroom hygiene, water supply, water conservation, campus cleanliness, hygiene awareness and innovative methods towards maintaining hygiene. ... Read More »

Water Conservation

As part of its water conservation plans, the BMC will make it compulsory to install dual flush and automatic sensor toilet systems in new construction projects. The use of dual flush toilets, as opposed to a conventional one, can reduce ... Read More »

Rainwater harvesting, a must

Many Indian cities, including metros, are facing pure water scarcity. Domestic water use in the country is projected to nearly double in less than 30 years, from 21 cubic kilometres (km3) to 41km3 in 2025. In 2025, India will consume ... Read More »

Rs2 per day for clean drinking water

In order to help women in this regard, MEI, a Nagpur-based environmental NGO, has initiated steps to involve women in developmental activities regarding provision for safe drinking water & health and hygiene at home. The NGO’s programme designed for village ... Read More »

Green initiatives by students

The students of District Institute of Education and Training (DIET), Lucknow, are running a ‘green campaign’ under the aegis of the education department. The road to the campus is now lined with flower pots which have been beautifully painted by ... Read More »

BMC lures water harvesters

To encourage rainwater harvesting (RWH) on a large scale Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is planning to award co-operative housing societies which practice water conservation. BMC wants to reach out to residents through innovative campaigns like quirky posters, radio jingles and tie ... Read More »