This Ganpati festival citizens will be able to bring their favourite deity in cleaner environment. Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will ensure that city remain clean and neat.
Anti-noise pollution activists have sought clarification from the government on the four days of relaxation in noise rules for Ganeshotsav.
NAVI MUMBAI: As Ganeshotsav draws near, more and more people are advocating the use of environment-friendly idols.
SAVE to sell clay idols at Mana Gramam store at Penamaluru
PUNE: Scientists at the city-based National Chemical Laboratory (NCL) have found a more environment-friendly solution for household and big Ganapati idols made from plaster of Paris that are taken
MUMBAI: Ganeshotsav mandals welcomed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) policy, based on Bombay high court directives, and said it addressed their concerns.
For the third consecutive year, the reports of the regional office of the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) show no deterioration in the quality of river water during the Ganesh festival.
The campaign for eco-friendly Ganesha idols does not appear to have yielded the desired results.
Even as the state government repeated a familiar story for the third consecutive year, the Allahabad High Court has allowed relaxation in connection with immersion of idols during the festival seas
In an attempt to reduce the amount of ‘nirmalya’ waste reaching the dumping grounds, the BMC has started a waste segregation and composting project after the Ganpati Visarjan.
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