Sustainability is an increasingly important issue for people, especially in the business world. Climate change continues to affect humans and the fate of species around the planet. As individuals, we are doing our part in protecting the environment; however, adopting sustainable business practices has become imperative for business owners, leaders, and administrators.
Everyday household cleaners generally lack the strength to remove grease mixed with hard dirt deposits and tough stains from different rough surfaces. Take, for instance, a commercial kitchen. Grease builds up everywhere, from your kitchen cabinets, containers to cooking platforms and counter tops. The spills on the floor can make it difficult as well.
Typically, a wastewater treatment plant follows three methods: Primary, Secondary and Tertiary, which utilizes physical, biological and chemical processes respectively to treat wastewater. The biological treatment process plays a vital role in the breakdown of organic waste matter generated from households and different industries. There are mainly two types of biological wastewater treatment which are Aerobic biological treatment and Anaerobic biological treatment of effluent. This blog aims to discuss the former.
A vast quantity of wastewater is generated every day from households, commercial establishments, and industrial settings. Treating organic waste present in the sewage can be challenging as physical and chemical mediums are not quite effective. Thus, biological sewage water treatment processes are generally used to meet effluent standards set.
However, due to the ever-increasing population, urbanization and industrialization, the performance of treatment plants are affected. Moreover, there are stringent local and national regulations to release the effluent into the environment and to protect public health. MBBR technology is an advanced wastewater technology that can be used to optimize the sewage treatment plants and boost their efficiency while keeping the costs low.
With a billion-plus population, water management is a far greater challenge in India compared to other countries in the world. According to a NITI Aayog report, 75% of households do not have access to clean drinking water, and 84% of households in rural areas lack safe piped water for use. Thus, water conservation measures are essential to ensure water is available in the future. One of the ways to achieve this objective is to use waterless urinals.
According to ENVIS Centre on Hygiene, Sanitation, Sewage Treatment Systems and Technology, a conventional urinal in India requires an average of 3-5 litres of water per flush. It means a large portion of water supplied to households, commercial establishments and industries is flushed down the toilet. Waterless urinals can help to save approximately 56,800 litres to 1,70,000 litres of water per urinal every year.
With government relaxing lockdown norms, office spaces, restaurants and hotels have opened up or are in the process of re-opening across the country, of course with certain conditions or limited capacity. Post Covid-19 lockdown, safety, and health continue to be the top priority. Thus, effective cleaning and sanitization methods have to be carried out to [...]
All of us want the commercial spaces to be clean so that we can always work in a safe and healthy environment. In pursuit of the best cleaning and fragrant spaces, we use a combination of chemical cleaning solutions. However, conventional cleaners contain strong chemicals which pose health risks for humans and may cause chronic diseases. Moreover, when the chemicals are washed down the drain, they contaminate water and soil and pollute the environment. Thankfully there are efficient, safe, and eco-friendly organic cleaning solutions that are a great alternative to toxic chemical cleaners.
As environmental awareness is increasing across the world, workplaces and corporate offices are becoming environmentally conscious. More and more companies are designing and implementing initiatives to promote sustainable cleaning that protects the environment. Adopting green cleaning solutions such as eco-friendly cleaners can go a long way in achieving this objective.
Find out major reasons why eco-friendly cleaners are great for a corporate environment.
A septic tank takes care of the solid and liquid waste generated in your home. While this system is not difficult to understand, you must understand how a septic tank works, how weather can affect its performance, and what the best solutions are for protecting it.
A typical septic system is divided into two parts. The first is a septic tank, which collects wastewater from your home. Billions of beneficial living microorganisms in the tank decompose the organic waste. While heavier solids like fats, oils, and grease settle to the bottom, lighter solids like fats, oils, and grease rise to the top to form a scum layer. The treated liquid, known as effluent, is released into the drain field, the second part of the septic system. The liquid effluent percolates through the gravel and is absorbed by the ground.
An unpleasant odour is one of the most common restroom complaints at commercial spaces like restaurants, cafes, hotels and offices. More the people use the restroom, the more odour issues arise. A clean bathroom is necessary for good health and hygiene, and regular cleaning can help keep the restroom clean. However, it wouldn’t be enough to eliminate the bad odour in the restroom.
Different obnoxious odours can be found in different areas of the restroom, so locating the source is critical to eliminating them. To get rid of the odour, you may need to use a combination of solutions. The good news is that you can permanently eliminate and prevent commercial restroom odours by using organic cleaning products and toilet odour eliminators.