The Khadi and Village Industries Commission is going to launch a special paint on Tuesday. With the help of this paint, the government is trying to achieve 3 goals simultaneously. According to the commission, Khadi natural paint is not only environmentally friendly but also a fully developed product in the country. At the same times the sale of this product will directly help in increasing the income of the farmers. The launch will be done by Nitin Gadkari, Minister for Road Transport and Highways and Micro, Small and Medium Industries.
This initiative will increase the consumption of cow dung as a raw material for environmentally friendly products and will generate additional income for farmers and gaushalas. With this, farmers and gaushalas are estimated to have an annual income of about Rs 30,000 per animal.
What is the specialty of new paint
Also Paint is very cheap in price and does not smell good.
Paint is completely environmentally friendly
The paint is completely free from lead mercury – chromium – arsenic – cadmium and other heavy metals.
Khadi paint is with antifungal and antibacterial properties
The paint has been certified by the Bureau of Indian Standards.
Paint is the first product of its kind in the world based on cow dung.
Khadi natural paint is available in two forms – distemper paint and plastic emulsion paint.
This paint dries in just 4 hours.
What will be the benefit from new Khadi paint
“The production of Khadi natural paints is linked to the Prime Minister’s idea of increasing the income of farmers,” it said in an official statement on Monday. It said that this would boost local manufacturing and sustainable local employment through technology transfer. have hope. And at the same time this technology will increase the consumption of cow dung as raw material for environmentally friendly products and farmers and gaushalas will get additional income. With this, farmers and gaushalas are estimated to have an annual income of about Rs 30,000 per animal.
What is the use of cow dung in India
The use of cow dung in villages in India has continued to mop floors and walls. It also helps in controlling the temperature in mud houses. It is also used as a fuel in villages.