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Tata Motors recently donated two garbage collection vans to the holy town of Vrindavan to clean up the garbage and sewage waste. Besides, Tata Motors has planned to give four more garbage collection vans (mini-dumpers) to the temple town. A local NGO, Friends of Vrindavan, has also launched a programme to collect garbage from homes and process it into safe and useful manure. The NGO already has a vermi-compost unit to convert the domestic waste. Organisations like UNDP-GEF Small Grants Programme, Sunanda Birla Foundation and GTZ-ASEM are also involved in this cleanliness drive.

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