The COVID-19 pandemic has made hygiene as our topmost priority, be it cleaning our hands, the surface we touch or the carpet we stand on. To meet this surge in demand for cleansing our immediate surrounding, while also being environmentally conscious, a new venture called NE Hygiene Solutions was launched in Guwahati earlier this week.
NE Hygiene Solutions is not just about cleanliness but also uses eco-friendly chemicals and detergents for sanitising to avoid ill impact on nature. Proving that there is an opportunity in every calamity, they have also employed 6 people who lost their jobs during the pandemic. They also offer a unique skill development program which empowers others to become employable.
Talking about the program, Naba Kanta Kaman, the founder and managing director of the firm said, aspiring candidates will be trained by experts who have worked at reputed hotels in India and abroad for three months. They will receive classroom training, as well as practical training. And, on completion of the course, candidates will get a certificate and a chance to get picked by the company.
If anyone wants to work on their own, then they can even approach us for a dealership or franchise of the company for places across Northeast, he added.
The firm provides a range of services including facility management, housekeeping service, marble polishing, glass cleaning, carpet shampooing, pest control, sterilization/ sanitization services etc in homes, institutions, hospitals and commercial establishments.
They are also the official channel partners of Schevaran as sole distributors for entire northeast. Schevaran is a pioneer of eco-friendly laundry chemical and cleaning agents.
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