How to make an eco-friendly energy drink in less than an hour

By Kailash R. PatilThe makers of an eco friendly energy drink are hoping that their product, called the Eco-Green, will spark a movement to change the way we consume energy.

In an interview with CNBC, the company’s co-founder Kailesh R.

Patil said that he had seen a need for an eco drink after drinking water laced with a toxin called cyanide.

The drink, which retails for around Rs. 2,500, has been tested by more than 4,000 volunteers and is designed to contain the cyanide by the amount of cyanide contained in each sip.

“The average American consumes 30 liters of water per day and has less than 20 litres of it,” he said.

The company said it has already seen a surge in demand from around the world, and hopes to increase sales by launching an India-only version of the drink in the next two weeks.”

There are so many things we can do to save energy, and we are not going to get anywhere if we don’t do something about this,” he added.

The company said it has already seen a surge in demand from around the world, and hopes to increase sales by launching an India-only version of the drink in the next two weeks.

The founder, who lives in Bangalore, said he is planning to launch the Eco Green on a large scale in India in the coming weeks.