In view of the problem of pollution, the burning of crackers has been banned in many areas of the country including Delhi-NCR on the occasion of Diwali. In such a situation, alternatives of firecrackers have come in the market. One such option is electronic firecrackers.
The ban on burning of crackers on Diwali had disappointed the people fond of it. But now with the advent of electronic firecrackers, this problem has been overcome. Apart from this, there are many types of green crackers available in the market.
These crackers are a kind of quick light and sound show. These are devices that release light and sound. They sound just like real firecrackers. These are smart devices and can be controlled by remote. Through the remote, users can extract different types of sound from it. These electronic firecrackers are completely eco-friendly. Their use is very easy and it causes negligible pollution. Its second advantage is that this device is cheap and it can be used for a long time.
The working method of this device is very simple. It consists of small pods that are connected to each other through wires. These pods are fitted with LEDs. When you supply electricity to this electric firecracker, high voltage is generated within it and at a certain interval it sparks fast. Such a spark produces a loud sound, which is completely like the sound of firecrackers. Apart from this, light like the original firecracker also comes out in it.
Change settings remotely
In this you can change your settings from the remote. Accordingly, the time of sparking changes. Although these electronic firecrackers cannot compete with the powerful firecrackers with gunpowder, but on the occasion of Diwali, they can definitely fill the shortage of firecrackers.
Supreme Court has banned the burning of firecrackers
In view of the pollution, the Supreme Court has banned the burning of crackers in many places. By the way, only those firecrackers are included in this ban which are extremely dangerous and in which barium salt is found. Along with this, the Supreme Court said that if any state and union territory violates this order, then the matter will be taken seriously.
For this, the top court asked the state governments to send a message to the people through local print, electronic and cable services to make people aware and inform them about this. In view of this order of the Supreme Court, many states have issued guidelines for burning firecrackers.
Complete ban on firecrackers in Delhi
The Delhi government has imposed a complete ban on the bursting of firecrackers in the national capital. A senior Delhi Pollution Control Board official said there is no discussion or plan to approve green-certified firecrackers in Delhi and the “complete ban will continue”. “The air quality in Delhi is already being recorded in the ‘poor’ to ‘very poor’ category, so a complete ban on firecrackers is necessary,” he said.
On September 15, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced a ban on firecrackers, saying it was “necessary to save lives”. Later, on 28 September, the Delhi Pollution Control Committee ordered a complete ban on the sale and bursting of firecrackers in the national capital till January 1, 2022.