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Green Giantz

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Green Giantz
IndustryIncontinence Products
Founded 📆2022
Founder 👔Simi Rajput
Headquarters 🏙️Vancouver, Canada
Area served 🗺️
Number of employees
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📇 Address
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Green Giantz is a Canadian company specializing in the production of biodegradable incontinence products for seniors worldwide. Founded in 2022 by Simi Rajput and Harry Rajput, the company aims to revolutionize the incontinence industry by providing 'environmentally friendly alternatives' to traditional plastic-based briefs. The company's flagship product, Green Giantz incontinence briefs, are made from bamboo fibers, a renewable resource that decomposes in months compared to the many years it takes for traditional briefs to break down in landfills.[1] Bamboo also generates 30% more oxygen than other plants and trees.[2] The company states the name "Green Giantz" stems from the Green Giant Tree that grows 3-5 feet per year and has the ability to adapt to most soil types.

The biodegradable incontinence products can be found on the Green Giantz website as well as blogs and testimonies to gain more information about the company.


The company was founded in 2022 when founder Simi Rajput gained firsthand insight into the needs of Senior Care Homes while supervising Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Long Term Care facilities throughout British Columbia and Alberta in her role as a Regional Director. In recent years, Simi also found that incontinence briefs in the market were not absorbent and were made of plastic and chemicals that ultimately ended up in landfills.[3] That is when the couple decided to solve the issue by working with a research and development team to create their flagship product.


Green Giantz advertises their briefs as free from 'latex, alcohol, and perfumes', and claims this makes them gentle on the skin and reduces the risk of rashes.


  1. Muiruri, Joseph; Wahome, Raphael; Karatu, Kiemo (2020). "Assessment of methods practiced in the disposal of solid waste in Eastleigh Nairobi County, Kenya". AIMS Environmental Science. 7 (5): 434–448. doi:10.3934/environsci.2020028. ISSN 2372-0352.
  2. Li, Wei; He, Shuqiang (2019-07-01). "Research on the Utilization and Development of Bamboo Resources through Problem Analysis and Assessment". IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. 300 (5): 052028. Bibcode:2019E&ES..300e2028L. doi:10.1088/1755-1315/300/5/052028. ISSN 1755-1307.
  3. Ng, Frency Sau-Fun; Muthu, Subramanian Senthilkannan; Li, Yi; Hui, Patrick Chi-Leung (January 2013). "A Critical Review on Life Cycle Assessment Studies of Diapers". Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology. 43 (16): 1795–1822. Bibcode:2013CREST..43.1795N. doi:10.1080/10643389.2012.671746. ISSN 1064-3389.

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