Pollutants especially phosphate content are responsible for this layer of foam.
Ankleshwar : Aamla Khadi flowing near Ankleshwar is considered to be one of the most polluted rivers in India. Many rivers flow in India. These rivers are worshiped as goddess. These rivers of India have religious importance, but still the condition of the country’s rivers is very bad. A river like Ganga is suffering from pollution today, the condition is so bad that these rivers are slowly losing their existence. River water is becoming toxic. Amlakhadi has also become a victim of pollution. White foam is seen in the rivers. Yamuna river is the most infamous in this regard. What is the reason behind white foam formation in rivers? These scenes are often seen in polluted rivers of India.
According to environmental experts, there are two reasons for this foam. One is the soap and detergent that comes with the sewage. On the other hand, chemical water from factories is also responsible for this. According to the Yamuna study, pollutant particles form a layer after the monsoon, when the water level in the river begins to recede. Pollutants especially phosphate content are responsible for this layer of foam.