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Study: Copper surfaces in fitness centres reduce bacteria

Using copper-alloy materials in fitness centres significantly reduced concentrations of bacteria on all equipment types, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Infection Control. The study shows that high-touch surfaces in gyms made with copper will ... Read More »

Managing Pest Issues in the Pharma

A high level of sanitation and hygiene is a necessity in every aspect of the manufacture of drug / pharmaceutical products. The scope of sanitation and hygiene includes personnel, premises, equipment’s, production materials, storage, products for cleaning & disinfection, and ... Read More »

UK recognises right to sanitation

The UK has recognised sanitation as a human right under international law and has committed to doubling ambitions on water, sanitation and hygiene to reach at least 60 million people by 2015. The World Health Organisation and the United Nations ... Read More »

Water guidelines

The World Health Organisation (WHO) launched an updated edition of drinking water guidelines on July 4 to push water suppliers to systematically manage the potential risk of contaminants entering water, from the catchment to the consumer. Launched at the Singapore ... Read More »

TN on Guinness record

Tamil Nadu recently made it to the Guinness Book of World Records with its feat of having “most people washing hands” at a time on the ‘World Hand Washing day’ held last October. The programme organised by the state health ... Read More »