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Plantable Seed Calendars 2021

Dr. Lakshmi Unnithan
Dr. Lakshmi Unnithan

Even though our generation has turned paperless, glued to their phones, there are some of us who practice another vice. We collect paper calendars only to throw it away, once we realise the year has ended. This is not just an individualistic practice but it is part of a much larger corporate culture. Every year companies give away calendar souvenirs that are worth crores of rupees, which end up being discarded due to lack of space on our desks says Roshan of Seed Paper India. 

Keeping this in mind, Seedpaper India have launched a new product sustaining the sentimentality of calendars while reengineering the whole recycling process by giving life to paper. It was in the summer of 2014 when the idea of seed paper came into existence and since then they  have been serving the planet in our own small way by reducing paper wastage and growing more plant. Their bio-degradable calendars are carefully embedded with live seeds that can be planted into the ground, making it living paper. After each month, that particular paper leaf can be planted into the soil and in a little over ten days, we can watch little plants freckle onto the soil in various hues. 

They have the ability to customise the product offerings to our customer’s tastes and preferences. They also offer customizations based on seed variant, quantity and aesthetics. This fresh new concept gives every customer a chance to give back to the earth, initiating a chain reaction of environmental consciousness and sustainability. 

Plantable calendars are not just a fresh concept but they are intentionally designed to advocate the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (2030). Seed Paper India is all about the future where we seek to promote responsible consumption and production. Since their paper is 100% biodegradable, they endorse a culture of zero wastage. So why wait to buy the Plantable Seed Calendar for 2021. 

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