Here’s how Mumbai’s most polluted river is being cleaned up
27.8.2021 – News
As of 6 August, the Mithi river in Mumbai became the first to have booms or ‘thrash traps’ installed across it. This machinery imported from Finland transfers garbage collected from the river, via a conveyor belt, to another conveyor belt that segregates the waste which is eventually recycled.
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