River Cleanup

Belgian NGO River Cleanup 

Let’s Clean Up Nepal in collaboration with the River CleanUp organization from Belgium has organized a bigTrishuli River Clean-Up in Dhading on 2nd April 2022. The team has successfully achieved the goal to clean up from Malekhu to Benighat in Rorang and Benighat rural municipality in Dhading district.

LCUN is a nonprofit organization that has been in operation since 2017 in the environmental sector to make Nepal greener by creating different environment-related campaigns throughout Nepal.

Like LCUN, the main focus of River CleanUp is to save the planet by making zero waste in rivers world wide. They are currently campaigning for such projects every week throughout different countries.


The main motive to organize this campaign is to educate local people regarding the environment as we can see that there’s a lot of rubbish nearby the river. The river is so polluted due to people throwing all their waste into the river. People are contributing to making nature polluted.


In this campaign, local leaders Mr. Buwan Tripathi and Mr. Shiva Pandey permitted the team to perform the clean-up in those areas. This campaign wouldn’t have been possible without their generous support.

In this Trishuli River clean-up, 54 highly motivated river warriors were involved in picking up the trash from the river to reduce plastics pollution. All of the river cleaners were so enthusiastic and brave while having similar visions to save nature by not polluting it.

They cleaned up for almost more than six hours during the hot temperature. Along Let’s Clean Up Nepal in collaboration with the River CleanUp organization from Belgium has organized a big Trishuli River Clean-Up in Dhading on 2nd April 2022. The team has successfully achieved the goal to clean up from Malekhu to Benighat in Rorang and Benighat rural municipality in Dhading district.

LCUN

LCUN is a nonprofit organization that has been in operation since 2017 in the environmental sector to make Nepal greenery by creating different environment-related campaigns throughout Nepal.

Like LCUN, the main focus of River CleanUp is to save the planet by making zero waste in rivers from all around the world. They are already campaigning for such projects every week throughout different countries.


The main motive to organize this campaign is to educate local people regarding the environment as we can see that there’s a lot of rubbish nearby the river. The river is so polluted because the people are throwing all their waste into the river. People are contributing to making nature polluted.


In this campaign, local leaders like Mr. Buwan Tripathi and Mr. Shiva Pandey permitted the team to perform the clean-up in those areas. This campaign wouldn’t have been possible without their generous support.

In this Trishuli River clean-up, 54 highly motivated river warriors were involved in picking up the trash in a river to reduce plastics pollution. All of the river cleaners were so enthusiastic and brave while having similar visions to save nature by not polluting it.

They cleaned for more than six hours during the hot temperatures. Along with the clean-up program, the team also contributed to a door-to-door awareness campaign in the community.

Overall the event was fruitful and the brave volunteers enjoyed the work along with the enjoyment of nature.

At the end of Clean-Up day, the team leader Mr. Raj Shrestha gave a speech to thank everyone for their participation.
The team collected 120 trash bags and handed them over to Doko Recycle Center in Kathmandu for recycling
.