With growing usages of non-biodegradable materials in our everyday life the amount of garbage in our environment is increasing in an amount beyond our cleaning capability. SPOAR arranges community as well as forest area cleaning programs to raise awareness on the devastating ill-effects plastic and other non-degradable elements has on our environment and to motivate people to take small but efficient steps of cleaning in our neighbourhood. The tourism and increasing traffic in the roads of Gorumara National Park resulted in scattered piles of plastic bottles, packaged foods, glasses and cups and many other things that simply lay in the forest for months and years without being destroyed naturally. This garbage is polluting the forests. SPOAR members arrange forest cleaning drives with the help of the forest department and local people to keep the nature clean and green. This year, on 07.06.2018 a cleaning drive was organized by SPOAR in cooperation with Gorumara Wildlife Division. The drive covered a length of 5 km of NH 717 beginning from Gorumara National Park gate to Mahakal and cleaned the plastic litters from the both roadsides. Such actions are being planned to take place more frequently to cope with the rising problems.