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How to identify green crackers?

krishna murthy
However, some cities have allowed the sale and use of green crackers on Diwali.
So, what are green crackers? Read on to find out more
Green crackers are developed by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research – National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (CSIR-NEERI).
They don't contain aluminium, barium, potassium nitrate or carbon, making them eco-friendly. So, how to identify them?
Green firecrackers can be identified through distinct green colour logo of CSIR-NEERI and Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO) as well as a QR code.
It suppresses dust by releasing water vapour in the air. It does not contain potassium nitrate and sulphur, and releases 30% less particulate matter.
It does not contain potassium nitrate and sulphur, release less particulate matter and reduce sound intensity.
It does not contain potassium nitrate and sulphur, release less particulate matter and reduce sound intensity.
It has minimal use of aluminium, and has more of magnesium instead. It produces less sound as compared to traditional firecrackers.
So next time, shopkeeper tells you the crackers are all green, check for these cues.
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