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HelpUsGreen is preserving River Ganges from becoming a religious sewer by recycling the flower waste from temples and mosques into patented lifestyle products, thereby providing livelihoods to 1,200 rural families. At HelpUsGreen, we collect floral waste from the temples in Uttar Pradesh, India and this is handcrafted by self help groups of rural women into patented organic fertilizer and incense sticks. The project is self-sustaining and brings a hope to revive Ganges. With over more than 420 million people who rely on it for food, water, bathing and agriculture and not to mention the millions of pilgrims who dip into India's most holy rivers each year to bathe and worship - Saving the Ganges is crucial.

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Phone: (708) 116-1616
Address:
Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India 208001

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