The Times Of India is launching a new service that lets people make paper from their own kitchen scraps.
The service will be available for free from Friday.
The service is a joint venture between Papermaker.in and the Bengaluru-based Papermaker Group, which is also known for its “Bengaluru Papermaker” smartphone app.
Papermaker offers a wide variety of papermaking options for small and medium businesses.
The app allows customers to create posters, flyers, labels, posters, lettering and other posters from their home kitchen scraps, and even from their garage, for a monthly fee of Rs.5,000.
The idea is to create more sustainable papermaking in the city.
The startup has been selling its papermaking services in various cities in the country.
The Bengaluru Papermakers’ Association has already announced that it will be launching a papermaking service for Bengaluru by the end of April.
The papermakers have also launched a mobile app that offers a number of other papermaking products, including stickers, stickers and posters.
The Bengaluru papermakers’ association has also set up a website for customers to order papermakers and other items from the service.
The website has a range of services including templates, instructions, and instructions on how to make posters, posters and flyers.