Sighting the national flag in the gutter, dustbins, and even on the road is a common sight for many on the day after Republic Day or Independence Day. According to the Flag Code of India, 2002, there are two ways of disposing of the national flag, either by burning it or burying it.
In what can be called an innovative solution, Green waves environmental solutions have come up with a unique idea and have designed seed plantable flags. Instead of throwing it, you can now plant the flag after it’s used. It can also be used as a gift to give it to children.
Anil Chowdary, MD of Green waves environmental solutions, said, “You get a flag and a pin to attach at Rs 6 each. The size is 2*3 inches and is printed on one side. This initiative has been taken to encourage sustainable living among people.”
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