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State’s first napkin incinerator to be installed in Jodhpur

Source: The Times of India, Date: , 2017

Source: The Times of India, Jodhpur, May, 2017 :- After installation of vending machines for sanitary napkins in girls schools in Rajasthan, state's first napkin disposal incinerator will be installed in Jodhpur. Government girls' schools have been identified for installation of bio-napkin disposal incinerators. These incinerators will be eco-friendly made of clay with no-pollution content, whatsoever, and would cost just Rs 2,000 in comparison to the electric incinerators, which cost Rs 10,000-25,000. These incinerators will convert the used napkins into ash which will also be used as fertilizer. CEO (zila parishad) Pradeep K Gavande said that government has been providing 12 sanitary napkins per girl per month from Class 6 to 12 in government schools free of cost.

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