Our First River Restoration Project – Part 2

Often revered as the Cleanest City of India, Indore is the largest city in Madhya Pradesh. The city being blessed with several natural resources had over the years saw a major rise in its population. Large institutions and industries began to emerge in this fast-growing city in its path towards modernisation.

In the process of growth, the water bodies and the natural ecosystem were left to degrade and were abused over the years. The Saraswathi River that flows through the city is one such water body. Running across major urban pockets in the city, the river had become contaminated with untreated sewage and solid waste.

With administrative support from the Indore Municipal Corporation, and funding support from DXC Technology, E.F.I had taken on the task of reviving the river patch between the Lokhande Bridge and Bhairav Mandir. Take a look at all the happened during this restoration!

We thank all our volunteers and local residents who helped in strengthening our efforts.

Click here to read part 1!

Volunteer for India and her Environment with E.F.I

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