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latest ADYAR ECO PARK IS OPENED TO PUBLIC ON ALL SATURDAYS.     ***     VISITORS ARE ALLOWED UPTO 60 PERSONS ON TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY.

CRRT is organizing a “Sensitization Workshop on Integrated Cooum River Eco-Restoration Project for Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) & Community Based Organisations (CBOs) along the Cooum River on Saturday, 20th May, 2017 at Community Hall-Chennai Corporation, Mogapair West, Chennai-600037"
Welcome to Chennai Rivers Restoration Trust
The Chennai city is abound with lakes and rivers, providing a habitat for wide variety of flora and fauna. The Chennai City is drained by 3 east flowing rivers namely Kosasthalayar, Cooum and Adyar between its north and south boundaries. After meandering through the city, these rivers finally flow into the Bay of Bengal. A major canal, namely, Buckingham Canal traverses parallel to the coast and has considerable importance in shaping up the aquatic environment of the Chennai City. The lakes and rivers within Chennai City are being abused by dumping of solid waste and disposal of wastewater due to lack of awareness on the values of water bodies and rivers which plays an important role for lifeline for urban community. In order to protect the lakes and rivers and also to provide healthy environment, the Government of Tamil Nadu has formed a Trust namely Adyar Poonga Trust in the year 2006 and later it was renamed as Chennai Rivers Restoration Trust.

Current Projects

  • Eco-Restoration of Adyar Creek (58 acres)
  • Eco-Restoration of for Adyar Creek and Estuary (300 acres)
  • Integrated Cooum River Eco-Restoration Plan
Adyar Eco Park Phase I
The Government ordered to restore the eco system and to develop an Eco park in 58acres (the Survey Nos.4309/1, 2 & 8 covering an extent of 1047 Grounds and 1256 Sq.ft) in Phase I restore the balance 300 acres in Phase II.    More...
Adyar Eco Park Phase II
While the execution of 58 acres Adyar Eco Park, the Trust felt that the Creek will not sustain,if the remaining of Adyar Creek and Estuary is not restored.For this purpose   More...
Cooum River Restoration
Cooum river originates from the surplus course of Cooum tank in Tiruvallur district which gets the surplus waters of about 60 tanks in Kanchipuram district . Further it runs east   More...
Last Updated On : Tuesday, May 23, 2017