About Biodegradable washing powder:-

Certain changes — like switching to Biodegradable laundry detergent — has such a powerful impact on our environment and health that it’s easy to get excited about new options.

After all, we spend nearly 100 percent of our day getting cozy with the substances used to soak and wash our fabrics, so it only makes sense to check out a detergent’s ingredients, packaging, and the all-around impact it has on our health and environment.

Benefits of Switching to Biodegradable Detergent

  • Switching to eco-friendly laundry detergent is a big one.
  • Not only can we cut down on our skin’s interactions with harmful or allergen-carrying chemicals, but we also avoid irritating our respiratory systems.
  • Cleaning products that avoid these chemicals offer the same level of mood-boosting fragrances without the risk of messing with your endocrine system.
  • What’s better, you’re contributing to a healthier ecosystem! Phosphates, now banned from cleaning products in many states, are still often found in detergents.
  • Understandably, it’s easy to be concerned that Biodegradable detergents might leave your clothing looking dirty or worn. In reality, many regular fabric softeners break down certain modern materials’ ability to wick sweat or absorb moisture. Natural ingredients are often gentler on fabrics, avoiding color-altering chemicals or bleaches that alter the integrity of an item.
  • One of the best things about switching to an eco-friendly detergent is the opportunity to support a small, often-family-run business. Their integrity to both the environment and overall health makes you feel good not just about your new habit, but also about how you choose to spend your dollars.


  • On average, a woman uses around 10,000 sanitary pads during her reproductive age.

  • Each piece of sanitary pad contains around 2-8 grams of non-biodegradable plastic, which takes about 500-800 years to decompose

  • Approximately one third or 121 million women use disposable sanitary pads, the rest 215 million women still do not use hygienic pads in India. Think of all the developing world countries and their women do not use a hygienic method!

  • According to a report by TheGuardian young adults of lower economic strata in the United Kingdom also find sanitary pads expensive.

  • Stagnant menstrual blood on pads has a lot of accumulated bacteria such as Escherichia coli, multiplying at an exponential rate, which can infect the waste picker, soil, or water.

  • BioD is working on cost-effective 100% Biodegradable sanitary pads, which have several benefits
  1. BioD pads will be Completely biodegradable, so there will no sanitary waste.
  2. Biodegradable as per IS0 15985/ASTM 5511 and Non-Toxic End products.
  3. Cost-effectiveness will make BioD pads accessible to even the economically weaker women.
  4. The costly installation of incineration and dangerous fumes will be avoidable.