India has been busy in recent weeks in the cleanliness of its urban centers.
The country is a major exporter of green items, with an estimated 8,000 tonnes of waste, of which nearly 1,400 tonnes is in the form of green materials, according to the Ministry of Environmental Pollution Control (MEPCC) and Environment and Forests Ministry.
The main aim of these initiatives is to reduce the amount of plastic waste that India throws out into the environment and also to curb the pollution of waterways.
However, the focus of these green initiatives is not on making green items available at wholesale prices but on the creation of eco bags for sale in retail outlets.
The eco bag is an environmentally friendly, reusable bag that can be purchased at small shops.
The eco bag has a wide range of features and is available in sizes from 5 cm to 60 cm.
They can be used for storing liquids, such as liquids for cooking and food.
They are also very convenient and can be folded into a backpack, for travel or storage in a car.
The EPCC and EPCC is a body that coordinates the activities of EPCC, the ministry’s environment department.
The EPCC also conducts studies on eco bags, such how they will affect urban environments, and the potential impact of green initiatives in the country.
The ministry has been pushing the green agenda to reduce waste and pollution in the environment.
The government has also issued guidelines to the municipal corporations to use eco bags.
The guidelines state that if the eco bag can be recycled at the municipal level, it is to be given a green tag.
The green tag gives green credence to the eco bags that have been used in the localities.
According to the guidelines, eco bags must have the following features:The eco tag can be affixed to eco bags by using a permanent marker on the outside of the bag and affixed in a manner that does not require the insertion of glue.
The tag must be affixable to the bag using adhesive tape and it must not be glued to the bottom of the eco pouch or inside the eco box.
A tag can only be used on the green eco bag that has been used for a period of 12 months or less.
The tags are also not valid for use with the eco cloth eco bags which have been in use for two months or more.
The guidelines also say that if a green eco eco bag cannot be recycled, it cannot be used at any time, including after a period that has not expired.
This is in line with the Indian government’s commitment to reduce pollution.
According to EPCC statistics, the amount emitted in urban areas is around 40 tonnes per day, which is about 2% of the total greenhouse gas emissions in the Indian country.