Mumbai: Dadar beach gets a clean sweep by local residents

Oct 04, 2018, 19:00 IST
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On April 1, 2017, Dadar resident Jay Shringapure waded through a sea of plastic on a mission to get rid of it. Jay started a biggest beach cleanup campaign called 'Dadar Beach Cleanup campaign' and has been constantly working with his band of volunteers to make sure that Dadar gets a clean and plastic free beach.

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On April 1, Dadar resident Jay Shringapure waded through a sea of plastic on a mission to get rid of it. Eighteen months since, one can finally spot the sand on the shore of Dadar Beach. Although this was single-handedly achieved by Shringapure, he received support from fellow residents as well as the corporate sector. We take you through the journey of how Dadar beach is on the verge of being the second cleanest beach in Mumbai only behind the Versova beach

All pictures/ Twitter and Instagram Jay Shringapure

 

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