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Better hygiene with fewer resources? Possible.

by Clean India Journal Editor
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The past few weeks have witnessed a dual focus on uncompromised hygiene as well as resource rationalisation and conservation. Can one clean more with less water? Can a higher level of hygiene be achieved with fewer consumables? Kamlesh P Prabhu, CoE – Quality and Transition, Technique Control Facility Management (TCFM) list’s multiple example’s of how his organisation has enabled both goals to be achieved.

As an ISO-certified and environment-centric organization, TCFM is dedicated to minimising the consumption of natural resources while ensuring impeccable cleaning and washroom hygiene. We implement unique and innovative approaches that not only comply with EPA-approved environment-friendly products but also promote the well-being of our clients and the environment.

Efficient cleaning equipment

We prioritise the use of quality cleaning equipment over excessive cleaning agents. Our steam cleaner-cum-vacuums have proven to be highly effective in washroom hygiene. This method not only eliminates harmful microorganisms but also significantly reduces water consumption during cleaning. By employing steam cleaning on vertical tiles, drains, grooves and pots, we ensure a high level of sanitation without compromising on water usage.

Sustainable carpet cleaning

In addition to washroom cleaning, our steam cleaners are used to eliminate microbes settled deep within carpets, which are difficult to remove through conventional vacuuming. This practice ensures the health and safety of the premises’ occupants while aligning with our organisation’s commitment to EHS policies.

Automated dispensing solutions

TCFM takes proactive measures to reduce unnecessary waste. For instance, if a hand towel dispensing machine is automated, we adjust the settings to dispense smaller-sized hand towels. This approach not only minimises paper wastage but also promotes sustainable practices in washroom facilities.

Regulated water flow

To conserve water, TCFM regulates the flow and quantity of water in washbasin areas by adjusting tap settings. By ensuring that less water is dispensed with every push of the button, we contribute to water conservation without compromising on cleanliness.

Responsible toilet usage

To promote responsible water consumption, we place informative posters in the men’s washrooms, discouraging the use of toilets for urination. This step highlights the significant water wastage associated with flushing and encourages more mindful practices.

Shoe polishing machines

We recommend installing shoe polishing machines in washrooms. This simple solution replaces the need for tissue paper and hand towels for shoe polishing, significantly curbing paper waste.

We firmly believe that environmentally conscious cleaning practices and washroom hygiene are essential for a sustainable future. By utilising innovative solutions, promoting responsible resource utilization and implementing EPA-approved environmentally friendly products, we ensure that our clients not only receive top-notch services but also contribute to a better world for generations to come.

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