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  1. Company Info Just Go Clean Pvt Ltd is one of Delhi/NCR fastest growing and only completely Automatic & Scientific Tank Cleaning Company which can clean any type and capacity of water tanks & reservoirs in a very less time without using any kind of hazardous chemicals.   Backed by a fusion of Italian & German technology, JustGoClean is a pioneering concept for scientific cleaning and disinfection of water storage tanks. It involves a 7 stage cleaning process using highly efficient equipments and machinery imported from Germany and Italy and antibacterial agent which is safe, highly effective, eco-friendly & 100% bio-degradable in nature. As compared to conventional tank cleaning, Just Go Cleanensures faster and effective tank cleaning for even the most neglected tanks.

  2. WHY US? We are fully mechanized: • Effective and uniform cleaning • Minimum wastage of water and electricity • Capable in cleaning water tanks of any size and material • Highly efficient German Machinery using latest technology We are scientific and safe: • Cleaning follows sterilization • Sterilization with a Non- toxic bio degradable agent • Disinfection using ultra violet rays We are Professionals: • Having trained manpower • Pioneer in this field • Follows all safety and quality standards

  3. Need For Water Tank Cleaning WHO Report : While access to drinking water in India has increased over the past decade, the tremendous adverse impact of unsafe water on health continues. The World Bank estimates 21% of communicable diseases in India are water related like Malaria, Cholera, Jaundice, Diarrhea, Dengue, Gastroenteritis, Leptospirosis, Hepatitis A. Of these diseases, diarrhea alone killed over 700,000 Indians in 1999 (estimated) – over 1,600 deaths each day. The highest mortality from diarrhea is in children under the age of five, highlighting an urgent need for focused interventions to prevent diarrheal disease in this age group. Despite investments in water and sanitation infrastructure, many low-income communities in India and other developing countries continue to lack access to safe drinking water. Regardless of the initial water quality, widespread unhygienic practices during water collection and storage, poor hand washing and limited access to sanitation facilities perpetuate the transmission of diarrhea-causing germs through the faecal-oral route.


  5. Condition of uncleaned water tank AFTER BEFORE

  6. Present Scenario The most common way of cleaning the drinking water tank today is to hire the local sweeper or plumber. (This is many times done only after some people residing in that particular building complain of some health problems arising out of water borne diseases.) This plumber or sweeper in turn usually employs a casual laborer to get the tank cleaned. This laborer, who, himself on most of the occasions has the most unclean and dirty living habits, enters into the tank with a brush or a broom, (the same brush or broom which is used for cleaning the gutters and toilets.) and scrubs manually the walls and floors and only sometimes ceiling of the drinking water tank, using the same dirty water that is remaining in the drinking water tank. After this he physically removes water and the sludge from the tank using a bucket, mug and mops the tank to only show the residents the tank is clean. He sometimes uses bleaching powder or detergent ( which proves to be harmful in some cases ) for cleaning the tank. This process in the first place is very laborious and the cleaning is very ineffective as there is no guarantee that person scrubs the tank to remove the dirt is using his full strength. Secondly, even after so-called thorough cleaning by them, the disease causing bacteria still remains in the tank giving full scope for their further development and multiplication in the drinking water tank, to make the drinking water risky for human consumption. Thirdly, the people who normally do these cleaning jobs are untrained casual workers who usually do not have any sense at personal hygiene and they themselves could be the source of contamination of the drinking water tank.

  7. 7 Stage Process • Mechanized Dewatering of tank. • Sludge Removal. • Scrubbing of Tiles • High Pressure Cleaning. • Vacuum Cleaning. • Anti-bacterial Spray. • Ultra Violet Treatment.

  8. Mechanized Dewatering In the First stage of Tank cleaning, Mechanized Dewatering of the tank is done in which the water below the foot-valve level is pumped out using special de-watering equipments.

  9. Sludge Removal In the Third Stage of Tank cleaning, the sludge which has settled down on the floor of the tank is sucked out using our special sludge pumping equipments

  10. Scrubbing of Tiles In the Second stage of Tank cleaning, the tiles of the tank are scrubbed manually using chemicals to remove all the dirt stuck to the tiles and make the tiles absolutely clean and dirt free.

  11. High Pressure Cleaning In the Fourth Stage of Tank cleaning process, High Pressure Cleaning of the Walls & ceilings of the tanks are thoroughly done using special high pressure jet cleaners which rid the walls off calcinations, algae and all contaminants which cling on the internal surface of the tank helping the microbiological contamination to grow.

  12. Vacuum Cleaning In the Fifth Stage of Tank cleaning process, Industrial Vacuum Cleaner is used to remove the resultant contaminants from the tank, making the tank absolutely speck-free.

  13. Anti Bacterial Spray In the Sixth Stage of Tank cleaning process, Anti-bacterial treatment of tank is done and the walls & ceilings of tank are totally sterilized from bacterial attack using specially developed Antibacterial agents.

  14. UV Radiation In the Seventh Stage of Tank cleaning process, final sterilization and disinfection is done using UV Radiation by a specially developed UV Radiator which is used to kill any suspended or floating bacteria remaining in the tank.