Swachh Bharat… How technologies can help the movement


India is not as cool  and clean as Switzerland, where swatches are made, in weather and cleanliness terms. Collective involvement of citizens can transform the scenario from present chaos. It is sad that prime minister has to leave his busy schedules and handle broom to show us what cleanliness is. It’s a known thing that Indians aren’t too big on cleaning up after ourselves: While we enjoy the reputation of talking about purity and cleanliness,we always depended on regular army of cleaners/ safai karmacharis to maintain our streets. Public hygiene is at low level, which has put burden on our healthcare budgets, requires gradual transformation and overhaul.

We have to prove wrong, the notion that Indians are too proud to get down and dirty by introducing on demand cleaning services. To augment existing provisions made by municipal authorities, on-demand cleaning start ups can help existing crews and popularize: there isn’t any thing like a menial job to have a breath of fresh air in the city.

An average person consumes 11,000 liters of air (388 cubic feet) in a day and in comparison WHO recommended 7.5 liters of water in a day.

Unlike politicos with jadoo for a photograph, the cleaning staff that are registered to help as the freelance cleaners can become future stake holders of the enterprise.

We use technologies to build sustainable model for Swachh Bharat initiative by Government of India. To Fund the initiative and scale up the operations, Invite us for a presentation. Corporate social responsibility initiatives are welcome.