Have you ever wondered about the fate of a sanitary napkin or pad after it is discarded in a dustbin?
These pads are composed of fluff pulp, PE, PP and PET, adhesives, super-absorbent, and release paper. Improper disposal has a devastating and irreparable impact on the environment.
Although many millennials and Gen Z individuals are exploring eco-friendly alternatives such as menstrual cups, some women find them uncomfortable for extended use.
In a recent episode of Shark Tank, Ajinkya Dhariya, the founder and CEO of PadCare, introduced SANIBIN, a revolutionary technology that allows women to dispose of their sanitary napkins in an environmentally friendly manner.
SANIBIN is a dustbin that looks like a regular one but includes the Sanivap system. It disinfects using a chemo-mechanical approach and can store 30 pads for up to 30 days.
PadCare collaborates with organizations or complexes that serve more than 500 women each day since it is a B2B model.
Senico50, the world’s first smokeless sanitary pad decomposer and recycler, consumes the pads to extract cellulose and plastic.
It is a centralized machine that runs on 5D:
- Deactivation of polymers
The output can be repurposed and recycled into various essential products such as paper and packaging materials.
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