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Supreme Court Sets An Example On Menstrual Waste, Installs Sanitary Napkin Incinerators Machines
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Supreme Court Sets An Example On Menstrual Waste, To Install Sanitary Napkin Incinerators

The Supreme Court will install 3 sanitary napkin vending machines and an equal number of incinerators for disposing used pads for 1,000 plus women staff working in its premises
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This Woman Aims To Shatter All Menstrual Taboos By Educating Girls Of India About Hygiene And Eco-Friendly Sanitary Napkins
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This Woman Aims To Shatter All Menstrual Taboos By Educating Girls Of India About Hygiene And Eco-Friendly Sanitary Napkins

Here’s how an ordinary woman from a remote village of Goa is fighting the taboos related to menstruation and is helping women make eco-friendly choices by educating them
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Beating The Menstrual Waste Woes In India: Make Way For Eco-Friendly Pads Made From Banana Waste Fibre That Decompose Within 6 Months
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Beating The Menstrual Waste Woes In India: Make Way For Eco-Friendly Pads Made From Banana Waste Fibre That Decompose Within 6 Months

Every month more than 1 billion of sanitary waste is being generated and this number is on a continuous rise. When it comes to managing menstrual waste effectively India lags behind. These swachh warriors have created an eco-friendly product to fight the growing menace of menstrual waste
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Women In Goa Have Started A Sanitary Revolution, Making Eco-Friendly ‘Sakhi’ Pads That Decompose In 8 Days
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Women In Goa Have Started A Sanitary Revolution, Making Eco-Friendly ‘Sakhi’ Pads That Decompose In 8 Days

Make way, Sakhi, an eco-friendly sanitary napkin and solution to non-bio-degradable pads is here. Produced by the women in Goa, these pads are probably a small start to hopefully the much needed sanitary revolution in our country
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Non-Compostable Sanitary Waste Is A Huge Threat To Health And Environment: Experts
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To Check Menstrual Waste Menace, University Grants Commission Appeals Universities To Install Sanitary Napkin Incinerators

355 million menstruating women in India generates more than 1 billion menstrual waste every month. Our country doesn't have proper treatment facilities to deal with this huge amount of waste that’s non-biodegradable in nature. In a bid to reduce some of the load of this waste from the planet, University Grants Commission has appealed to higher educational institutes across India to install sanitary napkins incinerators
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Miss India World 2017 Wants To Change India’s Dark Reality By Educating Every Women About Menstrual Hygiene
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Miss India World 2017 Wants To Change India’s Dark Reality By Educating Every Woman About Menstrual Hygiene

Manushi Chhillar, India's little star who has recently won the crown of Miss World India 2017 says, her life's mission is to educate women about menstrual hygiene
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Experts Speak: India Needs A Sanitary Revolution, Still, The Market Is Flooded With Non-Biodegradable Sanitary Napkins
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Experts Speak: India Needs A Sanitary Revolution, Still, The Market Is Flooded With Non-Biodegradable Sanitary Napkins

India produces over 1 billion non-compostable sanitary pads every month, this boils down to a simple fact that whatever waste has been generated in the form of menstrual waste so far, can still be found in some form on our planet
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Supreme Court Sets An Example On Menstrual Waste, Installs Sanitary Napkin Incinerators Machines
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One Stop Solution For Growing Menstrual Waste: Top 5 Reusable Menstrual Products Available In The Market

Our landfills are overflowing with items that should not have been there, menstrual products are one of them. These are made of plastic and take around 100 years to decompose
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“Yes, I Menstruate”: A Group Of School Students Work Towards Menstrual Hygiene For Rural Women, Create Reusable Sanitary Pads
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“Yes, I Menstruate”: A Group Of School Students Work Towards Menstrual Hygiene For Rural Women, Create Reusable Sanitary Pads

To promote menstrual hygiene and save our depleting planet, a group of school students in Rajkot designed an affordable DIY environmental pad using waste cloth. Know all about these swachh crusaders' innovation
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Non-Compostable Sanitary Waste Is A Huge Threat To Health And Environment: Experts
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This World Environment Day Make A Green Switch, Use Reusable Menstrual Products

Did you know a single woman can generate up to 125 kg of non-biodegradable waste through her menstruating years alone? And, one sanitary pad takes around 100 years to decompose completely. The end result is that all this waste on a daily basis is being added into the landfills. This environment day pledge to use eco-friendly sanitary napkins
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National Menstrual Conclave: Working Women Urge Office Administration To Make Working Space Menstrual Sensitised
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National Menstrual Conclave: Working Women Urge Office Administration To Make Working Space Menstrual Sensitised

Even though there is a rise in awareness of menstruation, working spaces and mindsets need to change for office to become a comfortable space for women during menstruation
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An Urgent Challenge: Why India Needs To Tackle Its Menstrual Waste

Did you know a single woman can generate up to 125 kg of non-biodegradable waste through her menstruating years alone? Knowing this staggering fact, it doesn’t take a genius to do the math to comprehend the waste implications of 355 million women who are generating so much of plastic waste that takes about 500-800 years to decompose.
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