An Indian Government official on Monday said that the ban on domestic use of the Bissell vacuum cleaning product would go into effect starting from January 1, 2018, but it is still not clear when the ban will be lifted.
The Bissell brand is known for its environmentally friendly, environmentally friendly design.
The ban is likely to affect both domestic and international markets, as the domestic market is the main one for Bissell, with about 4,000 factories employing the Bissel product.
The Government’s move comes in the wake of a report by an NGO that said the products use about 2% of the air in India’s homes, according to the U.S.-based Environmental Working Group.
The report said that a small number of factories are also using water from a municipal water supply, which is likely a violation of the government’s rules on pollution.
The government had earlier banned domestic use and the import of Bissell products, but the ban was lifted after it was seen as a necessary step to curb pollution.
Bissell is owned by the company Cipla and has been the world’s second largest consumer of vacuum cleaners in terms of sales.