Brazil’s environment ministry launches program to help clean up polluted lakes and rivers

BOLIVIA’S ENVIRONMENT MINISTRY ON Saturday launched a pilot program aimed at reducing pollution in the countrys waterways and rivers.

The National Environment Agency (ENA) said it would begin the pilot program on Saturday, in partnership with the Brazilian Maritime Commission and local authorities.

The agency said the pilot would help to clean up some of the most polluted waterways in Brazil and help ensure the environment is protected in future.

The pilot program will include projects to increase visibility of waterways and to reduce pollution, including reducing the presence of heavy metals in waterways and reducing the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides.

The ENA said it was also looking at ways to help improve the quality of life for people living along the rivers and lakes, particularly in the north.

The project aims to reduce the number of cases of people who suffer from chronic illnesses in the cities, such as diabetes, kidney disease, and liver cancer.

The agency said it will also develop measures to reduce runoff and pollution from streams and lakes.

“This will make the waterways and their ecosystems healthier for all of us,” the ENA head, Luis Guillen, said.

“We have to take the necessary measures to improve the environment.”