Hon’ Minister, Jayant Patil inaugurates Clean India Pulire 2013

Hon’ Minister of Rural Development, Maharashtra, Shri Jayant Patil inaugurated the 10th edition of Asia’s largest expo on Cleaning technology, hygiene solutions and facility management – Clean India Pulire 2013 – being held from December 5 to 7 at MMRDA Grounds, Bandra, Mumbai. The Hon’ minister visited the stalls showcasing the latest cleaning equipment, chemicals, waste management and recycling and others.

Clean India Pulire 2013 is the 10th edition of Clean India Show with 120 exhibitors showcasing more than 300 brands from 12 countries. Three day exclusive seminars on industrial cleaning, facility management and food hygiene aims to bring deep understandings about latest cleaning products & solutions, cleaning initiatives and provides networking for national and international cleaning professionals and sharing insights on the future cleaning market developments .

JayantPatilShri Patil, an engineer, has served in the Ministry of Maharashtra as the youngest Minister in Finance for a long tenure of nine years, besides Home and now Rural Development. He has been instrumental in the eco-village and environmental projects wherein he has promoted sanitation in the villages and planted over nine crore trees for the past three and half years.

Patil said, “I am delighted being here. I have been living in this city for a long time but this show is one of its kinds, where the entire focus is cleanliness – keeping floors clean, recycling waste and thus improving the eco-friendliness quotient.” In India majority don’t have toilets in their homes. There is lack of knowledge and equipment for waste recycling . Roads and civic places are not maintained up to the required standards, “ We have planted more than 9.2 cores of plants across the state, taking other necessary steps to establish eco-friendly villages. Clean India Pulire will help provide the appropriate ideas to recycle rural as well as urban waste separately. Some of the technologies and equipment present here can really make a difference in keeping the city clean and green.”