River in São Paulo State is Depolluted as Fish Return After 30 Years

The river crosses the cities of Mariporã, Atibaia, Campo Limpo Paulista, Várzea Paulista, Jundiaí, Itupeva, Indaiatuba, and Salto. The clean-up process began 34 years ago, with the establishment of the Jundiaí River Rehabilitation and Studies Committee (CERJU).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Good news for nature and humankind. The Jundiaí River, in the interior of São Paulo State, has been depolluted and the fish are back.

The river flows through Mariporã, Atibaia, Campo Limpo Paulista, Várzea Paulista, Jundiaí, Itupeva, Indaiatuba, and Salto, between São Paulo and Campinas.

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