Delhi, India – T blustar Portable Toilet Manufacturer is proud to introduce Mr. Natesh Wadhwa as the Official Distributor for T blustar Portable Toilets in India. In keeping with the India’s cleanliness campaign called Clean India Mission to substantially improve the Sanitation situation in India, Natesh is making it his personal mission to provide more clean & hygienic portable restrooms on the streets of India.
Along with the advantages of rapid loo, since it is the major product that has caused a shocking wave in the portable toilets industry across the globe.
The consumers in our market are getting aware about all the products that are offered by T Blustar.
Along with that by giving the products for the events or any outdoor concerts has given us a greater response.
The existing portable toilets that were offered in the Indian market are (company name) along with some local manufactures which were doing just a traditional business with no scope of innovation.
We as “T Blustar” are getting captured by the consumers and other existing company’s who offered toilets in the market.
What I honestly feel is that we have already created a bit of turbulence in the market, and everyone has tighten the seat beat and looking up as the most innovative company with the such amazing products,
I recently had few phone called from the consumers saying that they really loved the product and it is something that will be a game changer in the market, getting such amazing feedback from consumer makes me feel that we are on the right track.
Our consumers love the product even though some are resisting to change, but eventually they will since we have made an awareness about the advantages of the “Rapidloo” over other portable toilets.
Who is Natesh Wadhwa?
I am currently the Official Distributing Agent for T Blustar – India, where I handle our overall operations and performance of the company. The company is a Pioneer in Portable Toilets in India, Portable Restrooms in India, & Mobile Toilets in India. I am honoured to work alongside the T Blustar team, who are passionate about providing innovative Portable Toilets for a healthy environment world-wide.
What are your hobbies?
Browsing the Internet for some new product or Technology that I can bring into the country and be the first mover advantage.
Where you are located in India?
Delhi, India’s Capital Territory, is a massive metropolitan area in country North and 9th largest city in the world. A city in which many languages are spoken, Delhi is Heart of India since all the political leaders stay in Delhi, home to both the President and the Prime Minister.
How did you get in the Portable Sanitation in India?
It all began in the late 1990’s. It was my Brother’s Birthday Party, organized in our lawn. Our guests wanted to use the washroom so we let them use our private washroom in our house, but eventually the whole house was a flooded mess. That was the day I became determined to do something for society, to provide portable sanitation in India. That is how I got in to the Portable Toilet Business in India.
What do you think is the most difficult task of Portable Toilet Rental Operators in India?
Sustaining Clean Hygienic Portable Toilets, that’s the most difficult aspect of mobile toilets in India. It is easy to install and provide these light-weight plastic Portable toilets, but in general Plastic Toilets in India are not cleaned properly. Clean hygienic methods & knowing how to properly clean is lacking in India’s Portable Sanitation. Cleaning the portable toilets is a difficult task, which is slowly being developed & trained.
What do you think about T blustar®?
T blustar® is one of the most customizable and innovative brands in the Portable Toilet Manufacturing Industry. They are very creative & offer revolutionary models for portable toilet rental companies. I am very impressed with their product line and amazing portable toilets like: RapidLoo, Myblok, MyMex, & Spike; all of which have caused a shocking wave in the Portable Toilet Industry.
What is the Portable Sanitation situation in India today?
It is still in a developmental stage. People are now becoming aware about Portable Sanitation Systems. People are opting for Portable Toilets in India due to the fact that they are cost-effective and easy to move, but we still have a long way to go. Our Prime Minister created a governmental campaign called Clean India Mission, to combat the existing problematic sanitation sector in India. People in rural India still poop in the open, a term referred to as “Open Defecation.” India’s rural population aren’t aware of the hygienic benefits of having private toilets with walls & roofs. They are slowly realizing how rewarding it is to have privacy while they defecate.
What would you like to improve in the Portable Sanitation situation in your area?
I always want to do good for the society. For me it is like the more you give to your society the more society will give back to you. So for that I would like to provide Portable Toilets in India directly in city-centres and on city-streets since they are low maintenance and easy to install.
Portable Restrooms in India now available from T blustar.
Clean India Mission:
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (English: Clean India Mission) is a campaign by the Indian Government to keep the streets, roads and infrastructure of the country’s 4,041 statutory cities and towns and its rural areas clean. The mission is bifurcated into sub-missions as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Gramin), under Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, and Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Urban), under Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs. It includes ambassadors and activities such as a run, national real-time monitoring and updates from NGOs.
The campaign was officially launched on 2 October 2014 at Rajghat, New Delhi by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It is India’s largest ever cleanliness drive with 3 million government employees, especially school and college students from all parts of India, participating in the campaign.
The objectives of Swachh Bharat are to reduce or eliminate open defecation through the construction of individual, cluster and community toilets. The Swachh Bharat mission will also make an initiative of establishing an accountable mechanism of monitoring latrine use. The government is aiming to achieve an Open-Defecation Free (ODF) India by 2 October 2019, the 150th anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi, by constructing 12 million toilets in rural India, at a projected cost of ₹1.96 lakh crore (US$30 billion).
For more information about where to Buy Portable Restrooms in India Contact Natesh Wadhwa today:
Official Distributing Agent for T Blustar – India
email@example.com | Ph. +91 8800283128
Wadhwa International 9, Apna Bazar, Nehru Nagar,
New Delhi, India. Zip code 110092
Natesh Wadhwa of T blustar India visited the T blustar Italy Showroom in summer of 2018.
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