Mumbai: Taking a further leap towards our core value of designing and offering conscious workplaces, Dextrus has partnered with Padcare Labs to provide a sustainable ecosystem for sanitary waste management. This alliance between Dextrus and the world’s first innovative pure waste recycling technology company marks a significant step towards a cleaner, greener, and more conscious future.

Padcare Labs, renowned as the world’s first sanitary pad recycling technology, aims to transform how society deals with menstrual waste. Their innovative approach involves the deployment of specialized bins in women’s washrooms, where used sanitary napkins are safely stored for 30 days without any odour or bacterial growth. Once collected, these pads undergo Padcare’s patented technology, which recovers nearly 99 percent of the material, separating it into pulp and plastic.

The recovered pulp finds application across various industries, while the plastics are repurposed to manufacture Padcare bins. This circular model not only prevents CO2 emissions but also eliminates the toxic impact of menstrual waste in landfills.

“At Dextrus, we believe in the strength of conscious workspaces and the impact they can have on creating a more sustainable future. Our partnership with Padcare Labs is a reflection of our commitment to not only reduce waste but to actively seek innovative solutions for a cleaner, more efficient, and eco-friendly workplace. Together, we are shaping a more conscious future of work, one small, meaningful change at a time.” – Mr Robin Chhabra | Founder, Dextrus.

“We are excited to join forces with Dextrus and create a sustainable menstrual hygiene ecosystem for their employees. Nothing makes us happier than seeing organizations that take conscious steps in going green. We look forward to this partnership.” Mr Ajinkya Dhariya | CEO & Founder, Padcare Labs.

Padcare goes beyond recycling; it offers transparency through a client dashboard, aligns with global sustainability standards, and even introduces automated sanitary napkin vending machines, all contributing to a healthier and more environmentally conscious world.

Dextrus has always worked towards creating conscious workspaces and has taken various actions towards that goal. For example, to reduce the wastage of water, we have created a system to collect and reuse rejected water from the Reverse Osmosis (RO) purification process. This rejected water, often discarded, is repurposed for non-potable uses like watering plants or flushing toilets. Our partnership with Skrap has educated our team and our members on waste segregation and, as a result, helps ensure the composting and recycling of waste materials. From time to time, through our community engagement events, we educate our community about conscious practices, such as energy-efficient lighting, reducing paper usage, and implementing responsible printing policies.

Furthermore, we promote eco-friendly menstrual products provided by Saathi Pads to offer sustainable sanitary options in the workspace. The new partnership with Padcare Labs is a consistent effort and a byproduct of our mindset.

A Unified Vision for a Sustainable Future

Dextrus collaboration with Padcare Labs represents a sincere effort to bring end-to-end solutions to feminine waste management. The aim is to work towards preventing non-degradable waste from ending up in landfills and adding to pollution, especially given the environmental impact of plastic-based sanitary pads. Additionally, this partnership offers a cleaner and more efficient disposal method, reducing the burden on our housekeeping staff and contributing to a more sustainable workplace. By hosting workshops and interactive activities, Dextrus is trying to add value to the employees of both internal and external clients.

It is significant to emphasise that this collaboration aligns with Dextrus’s long-term objective of achieving a Zero Waste Office, reflecting its commitment to making small but meaningful changes for a more sustainable world.

Onboard toward a more conscious Future of Work

By working in conjunction with evolving technological solutions and supporting ideas focussed towards fostering a cleaner, more sustainable planet, our aim is to take small yet impactful actions in contributing to what can be a more conscious future of work.

Rahul Mehra

Rahul has been an integral part of the Hello Entrepreneurs magazine journey since its inception. As a key contributor, he has played a pivotal role in shaping HE into a premier business magazine known for its diverse and compelling content. Rahul's dedication and expertise have been instrumental in curating a wide range of subjects, ensuring that HE remains a go-to resource for entrepreneurs seeking valuable insights and inspiration. His unwavering commitment to excellence has helped establish HE as a trusted platform for thought-provoking articles, interviews, and features, significantly impacting the entrepreneurial community.

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