Eco Clocks Conservation Projects

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Eco Clocks Conservation Projects is a social enterprise based in Bengaluru that produces a range of eco-friendly stationery products such as wood-free pencils, plantable handmade paper, natural fiber mats, wax-free Kraft paper straws, etc. led by Vince Augustine, this organisation works on producing these sustainable products by utilizing the skills of underprivileged women in Kanakapur, South Karnataka. Doodles is the brand of wood-free non-toxic pencils by Eco Clocks that are made from waste newspapers and graphite. These pencils are coated with attractive colours made from vegetable dyes and fruit extracts.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Phone: +919545757766
Address:
#211, 6th Main, 6th Cross, BTM 2nd Stage, Mico Layout, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India 560076

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