Tuesday, March 05, 2019

MUMBAI GREEN HERO is not a recognition for me , it's a story of each one of us as Mumbaikar, who has called mumbai not just as a city, but their own home. It's a recognition of a common man, who intends to see home city the way she/he would ideally want to live in. It's a recognition for each and every mumbaikar, who is dedicating his/her time and energy to ensure that city dwellers, breath better #rivermarch2019 #rivermarch #mumbaigreenhero #unsunghero #savemumbairivers Rivermarch celebrated its achievements at its Annual event today, Sunday, 3rd March 2019. Lt Col Hange Satesh Daiwanrao and Col Chandrashekhar Unni, two war veterans were the Chief Guests. The event was graced by a large number of citizens from various fields of life ranging from politicians, officials from Municipal Corporation, Forest Department, Bollywood, business community, experts in environment, common citizens, youth and school and college children. Member of Parliament, Mumbai North, Mr. Gopal Shetty expressed his admiration for the great contribution and progress made by RiverMarch in rejuvenating Dahisar river and promised full.support for the cause. Mr. Shetty, Colonel Hange and Colonel.Unni expressed their appreciation as to how RiverMarch is bringing together people from various segments for this cause and is working selflessly to.improve the condition of Mumbai rivers. The objective of event was to communicate the importance of saving the Rivers in the ecology of Mumbai and efforts required to keep our rivers clean. Team Rivermarch has been working hard since last 7+ years to rejuvenate Mumbai rivers. Team Rivermarch has conducted various cleaning drives to remove more than 1.9 Lakh kilograms of waste from Mumbai rivers. On urging of RiverMarch the dhobis have set up.a Sewage Treatment Plant at Dhobi Ghat which is preventing the discharge of polluted water into Dahisar river. Art Of Living Foundation has constructed first Kolhapuri Bandhara on Dahisar river which has the capacity to hold 40Million or so litres of water in Dahisar river. Team RiverMarch acknowledged the contributions of various individuals, Organisations, NGOs, Corpor

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