- Asia’s largest event on professional cleaning, Clean India Show along with Waste Technology Expo, Laundrex India Expo and Car Care expo, to be inaugurated by Dr Ranjit Patil, Minister of State, Home (Urban), Urban Development, Government Of Maharashtra
- Dr Deepak Sawant, Minister For Public Health & Family Welfare, Government of Maharashtra To Inaugurate Conference On Infection Control & Hospital Hygiene onJanuary 19
Asia’s biggest show on cleanliness, the international edition of Clean India Show, featuring the latest cleaning techniques and technologies from the world will be inaugurated by Dry Ranjit Patil, Minister of State, Home (Urban), Urban Development, Government of Maharashtra on January 18 in Mumbai. Around 200 national and International companies will showcase the latest technologies and solutions for cleaning and hygiene, Sanitation, Facility Management, Waste Management & Recycling, Vehicle Care and Linen at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon from Jan 18 to Jan 20, under one roof.
The inaugural day will feature sessions on technologies for solid waste management and reuse and recycling of sewage and industrial waste water treatment, among other topics. Vinod Kumar Jindal, Joint Secretary and mission Director, SBM, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs will make a special address at this session.
“Waste to energy technology is an essential aspect of Solid Waste Management. It is all the more pertinent in a country like India where the metro cities produce nearly 2 lakh tons MSW per day. While we are using our energies to dispose of this waste, developed nations are converting waste into energy and profiting from it. We have brought together some of the best minds in the world who will share their knowledge on best practices in waste management,” says Mangala Chandran, Director, VIS Group.
The second day will host the first ever show on infection control and hospital hygiene in India. Inaugurated by Dr Deepak Ramchandra Sawant, Minister for Public Health & Family Welfare, Government of Maharashtra the programme will see the participation of several leaders from the fraternity. “It will also witness the launch of India’s first WhatsApp group formed by microbiologists and infection control officials from over 400 hospitals in India. A landmark development, the WhatsApp group will facilitate free flow of information and real time updates on hospital hygiene,” says Jayaraman Nair, Chairman, VIS Group.
The third and concluding day, Jan 20 will host dedicated conferences on Facility Management and Laundry, dry cleaning and textile care.
“With more than ten thousand trade visitors, buyers, technology seekers, start-ups and international companies converging at the exhibition, this will be one of the largest of its kind shows,” adds Mangala Chandran. More than twenty seven industrial segments, corporate houses, malls, multiplexes, educational institutions, railways, airports, State Transport Authorities, Municipal Corporations, and Defence and Naval Departments are expected to visit the show to source the latest solutions that will be on display from across the world.