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What is all that foam? Natural or Pollution

We are getting lots of queries about rafts of foam appearing on the river. This is not a cause for concern and is a natural phenomena which often happens after high flows, which we have had a lot of recently.

CLICK ON ME to see an excellent pdf from the The Environmant Agency and Bristol Avon Rivers Trust explaining the foam

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