Like ganeshutsav, the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board is all set to promote a noise pollution free Navratri Festival. Speaking to our correspondent, the Regional Officer of MPCB, Bharat Nimbarte informed on how they would be pusing for an eco-friendly Navratri festival this year.
After promoting an eco-friendly Ganpati festival, the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board is all set to promote a noise pollution free Navratri festival. MPCB has appealed to all Navratri mandals to celebrate the festival within the permissible noise decibels. Speaking to NMTV News, MPCB Regional Officer Bharat Nimbarte gave more information. Speaking on the workshop taken by the department for celebrating an eco-friendly Ganeshutsav, he said that nearly 1500 to 2000 idols were made of mud as well as there was reduction in noise pollution. Now, the board is planning to hold another workshop at Taloja Jail where the prisoners will be trained in making idols from mud. With cameraperson Santosh Bodhare, Monika Bhosale for NMTV News.