NextGenInnov8, an innovation-driven venture has partnered with Fueladream, for its 15.1K mission seeking to reach it’s UVC Light sterilization Suraksha boxes to small vegetable vendors, government schools, and small kirana stores among others. The mission has since raised Rs. 8,94,800 through drives at ASM Group of Institutes, Indus International School, SNBP International School, and The Kalyani School in Pune. “Mission 15.1k” was announced on 2nd October, Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary. Externally purchased items can be placed inside the box which then undergoes a 360-degree sterilization by utilising UVC light in a controlled environment. Its’ 240 nm range is optimal for destroying the RNA and DNA of viruses. It uses aluminium, which best reflects UVC light and is easy to clean. Tested, approved, and certified by CSIR-CMERI (ICMR Approved lab) to protect against viruses, bacteria & fungi including COVID-19 strains, Suraksha Box has a Govt. of India (MC&I) published patent.
Speaking about the partnership, Aditya Pachpande, Founder, NextGenInnov8, said, “Fueladream is the perfect partner and it has a great track record in raising money for noble causes of all hues since its inception. Look forward to the partnership with Fueladream taking us closer to the mission fulfilment faster.”
In his comments, Ranganath Thota, Founder, Fueladream, said,” We are very impressed with the ingenuity & drive displayed by 14-year old Aditya. He comes from a firm belief that young minds like his can solve critical issues that are confronting our world, through innovation. The Suraksha Box is one such idea that can do good and my team at Fueladream is proud to be a part of this mission of giving 15,100 Suraksha boxes to the deserving”