NEW DELHI: Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) might soon conduct tours of Delhi wetlands on Yamuna .
If restored, Yamuna has a great potential to rebound as a natural entity, which the people can enjoy, experts said.
“According to a CPCB report, it was found that the biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) load on Yamuna declined by 56 tonnes per day in 2018 compared with 2017,” the committee member BS Sajwan said.
The matter came up for discussion during a meet organised by an NGT-appointed committtee to showcase its newly launched website.
The committee has been formed to check pollution levels in the river.“Wetlands give you grasses, migratory birds, flora and fauna — they change the ecosystem.
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