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Title: Managing India’s sanitary waste
Authors: Ganesh, Abhishek
Rosencranz, Armin
Keywords: Menstruating women
Sanitary napkins
Menstrual hygiene
Sanitary waste
Issue Date: 10-Apr-2020
Publisher: The Statesman
Citation: Ganesh, A. and Rosencranz, A. (April 10, 2020) Managing India’s sanitary waste. The Statesman
Abstract: India’s indifference in dealing with sanitary waste is evidenced by the fact that we don’t have any reliable numbers to look at while deciding policy. India has more than 350 million menstruating women. Assuming 35 per cent of these women use sanitary napkins regularly at an average of eight pads a month, 200 tonnes of sanitary napkin waste are generated every day.
URI: https://www.thestatesman.com/opinion/managing-indias-sanitary-waste-1502875900.html
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