Ranger Kidwell-Ross, our webmaster and Editor of WorldSweeper.com, has made trips to Asia, Australia, India and Europe to provide news of how pavement sweeping is done in some of the countries around the world. The Asia portion of this travelogue won an APEX Award of Excellence in Online Journalism for 2002, while the European travelogue won an Apex Grand Award for 2004.
This WorldSweeper.com section on India has been developed via contacts located in that country.
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posted in May 2016
Jakarta, Indonesia, Moves to Machine-Based Sweeping
This article discusses the decision in Jakarta, Indonesia, to spend $2billion Rp (@ $30million US) to purchase a fleet of Dulevo sweepers in a move to machine-based sweeping.
Jakarta's streets can be in terrible shape after it rains. Even a tiny amount of flooding can leave the streets covered in residual mud and debris after a big downpour – debris that can also quickly clog drainage pipes and cause even more flooding. Read the story.