An Ahmedabad based startup, Saathi, co-founded by Tarun Bothra is not only addressing the problem of awareness about menstrual hygiene but also manufactures 100 percent biodegradable sanitary napkins made of banana and bamboo fibers. These biodegradable napkins are not only eco-friendly but also help in solving the problem of agricultural waste.
Siddharth Ingale, a civil engineer started Scrapcash a startup based out of Pune, that helps people in managing their recyclable waste. This startup is managing the dry waste based on the principle of 3 R’s which is Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
“To achieve zero waste and eliminate the need for transportation to pick the garbage for further processing,” Smita Kulkarni, a techie decided to ditch her comforting corporate job and became a social entrepreneur. Environmental activist, Smita Kulkarni into a social entrepreneur has co-founded Stonesoup with her friend Malini Parmar in the year 2015. It is a social enterprise based out of Bengaluru that offers sustainable and eco-friendly alternatives.