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After use, bury in this mask committee, grow flowers

After use, bury in this mask committee, grow flowers

NETHERLANDS: It’s been more than a year since the Corona epidemic and now a pile of plastic as well as face masks around the world is polluting land and water. But now a woman from the Netherlands has made a disposable face mask that if you press it into the soil instead of throwing it after use, flowers will grow there.

Famous Dutch painter Mariana de Groot Poons has her studio in the city of Al-Tarkhat. And they have created a face mask whose material dissolves rapidly after being pressed into the ground. The flower seeds inside it come out and if the right environment and soil are found then flowers start growing there.

Mariana also takes care of the environment in her designing and painting. Their oils are free of toxins and they also get canvas paper from recycled ingredients. Now they have made a code 19 mask by mixing some fibers in a paper fog. Thus it is completely biodegradable. On the other hand, they have planted fine flower seeds inside the mask layer.

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