Venture Centre, a Pune-based government-supported incubation centre, might be supporting PadCare Labs for his or her growth of providers in menstrual hygiene administration.
PadCare is a start-up which was incubated on the Venture Centre two years in the past, and can now take new wings utilizing the seed fund by its guardian organisation. The fund is being offered beneath the Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC) LEAP Fund.
“We will mainly use this fund to expand our network and teams, and enhance our operations and marketing. With this funding, we aim to take the PadCare services from pilot demonstration to commercialisation,” mentioned Ajinkya Dhariya, founder and CEO of the corporate.
The two-year-old firm had developed a decentralised smokeless sanitary pad disposal and recycling system unit. In the unit, to be put in at womens’ washrooms, used napkins are collected and processed in an environment-friendly and odourless method. At current, the models course of over 1,500 pads day by day. The by-product generated after processing is then despatched as uncooked materials for the packaging trade.
On a pilot foundation, 40 such models will quickly be put in on the Government Industrial Training Institutes in Aundh.
In India, sanitary pads are both burned or used at landfill websites, each of that are dangerous for the setting.
“We are also in talks with smart cities of Puducherry, Chennai and Hyderabad. Besides, we also plan to work with corporate companies in Pune and Mumbai, where there would be a sizable number of women employees,” added Dhariya.