February 13, 2020  www.ctwindia.com      

The Clean Technology Week was kicked off with an industry star-studded inauguration graced by Dinesh Jagdale, Joint Secretary, Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE); Alok Kumar Tiwari, Principal Executive Director (EnHM), Railway Ministry, Government of India; Sunil Ralph, Group Head, Facility Management Services, GMR Group; Suresh Bhatia, President, DLAI; Ram Devagiri, EUnited - Member of the Management Board, Knight Frank India Pvt Ltd; Hari Krishnan, Founder, TNILDA; Abhinav Arya, Director - Planning, Fabcare; Neeraj Sharma, Director, Fagor India Pvt. Ltd; Zehen Arora, Director - Sales, Stefab India Ltd; Peter Hug, Managing Director, VDMA; Asha Pathania, AVP Housekeeping, PVR Cinemas; Nellie Samuel, Group Account Director, West Asia, JLL; Jayaraman Nair, Chairman, VIS; Jayaprakash Nair, Managing Director, VIS, Mangala Chandran, Editor-in-chief, Clean India Journal; Mohana M, Editor - Clean India Journal and Director - Conferences & Broadcasting.


Countless new products. Innumerable expressions of interest. Questions after question from visitors. Informed answers only from the best industry experts.

The stalls and aisles of the Clean India Show, Laundrex India Expo, Waste Technology Expo India and Car Care Expo were thronged by leading exhibitors from 16 countries and visitors in decision-making positions from 25 nations. Business cards were exchanged, hands were shaken and new business relationships took root. The air was alive with the thumps and hoots of the the latest machines being demonstrated to great acclaim.



The Waste Technology conference was teeming with various practical ideas to convert waste to energy or compost, while the machines that can execute these processes were on display at the Expo alongside. The overwhelming sentiment shared by the scores of delegates present was that they had never attended a conference about waste that was so productive!

The conference halls of the Bombay Exhibition Center resounded with speeches and lively panel discussions of the Digital Facility Management (DigiFM) conference. From the available array of digital tools to the personalisation of digitisation, titans of the industry and debated the future of FM, which has already begun.

On the sidelines of the conferences, two special sessions for the i-Professional Housekeepers' Association and the Hospitality Purchase Managers Forum were convened. A closed door session for select laundry and housekeeping service providers also informed them about the needs and requirements of the Indian Railways, and how they can help tackle its many cleaning-related needs. .


In store for tomorrow

Even bigger crowds, many more industry-client interactions, a special session on Car Care and a day-long Conference for Hospital Infection Control, attended by top microbiologists, infection control officers, hospital administrators, hospital housekeepers and more.

We look forward to welcoming you tomorrow.

Delegate Speak

Asha Pathania,
AVP Housekeeping,
PVR Cinemas.
This the only show of its kind where the whole industry comes together to organise it for their own good. This helps inspire members of facility management teams to a huge extent.

Visitor Speak

Tirumala Rao,
Founder - Best Property Management Ltd.
I have been attending this Expo since 11 years. Because of this, I have saved a lot of money; I have found the same type of products I was looking for at a much more affordable rate. If not for the Clean India Show, we would not know what is happening in the market.



Conference on Feb 14, 2020

Conference on Hospital Infection Control - CHIC 
 The 3rd CHIC focussing on Improvement and implementation of Infection Control practices, turns international with experts coming in from the Gulf and veterans from India gathering to discuss programmes for implementation of infection control practices in all hospitals across India.

Special Session on Car care
Over 50 industry professionals are gathering to take stock on the present trends in the Car care segment and the way forward.

Conferences on Feb 15, 2020

 Texcare Forum India LaundrexNet 2020
 A full day session on Industry Turning to Laundrex 4.0 will discuss the latest innovative processes in commercial, institutional and industrial laundries and dry-cleaning services. Experts from across the world will address the sessions.


Kitchen Hygiene & Sanitation- KHS
Supported by the Western India Culinary Association, the first-ever KHS focussing on Design to Delivery aims at spreading awareness on the much-needed best hygiene & sanitation practices in all segments including restaurants and central kitchens.