Pavana River : Thick Layer Of Toxic Foam Seen
Citizens and environmental activists have expressed concern over the thick layer of toxic foam seen on the Pavana River recently
- Pavana River is situated in the west of Maharashtra state, in the Pune District.
- The river is a notable river that crosses Pune City and divides Pune City and the Pimpri-Chinchwad area.
- It originates from the Western Ghats, about 6 km south of Lonavala.
- It is a tributary of the Bhima Riverand merges with the Mula River in Pune city.
- Flowing eastward initially, it becomes southbound and passes through the suburbs of Dehu, Chinchwad, Pimpri, and Dapodi before its confluence with the Mula River.
- A dam is built on this river at Pavana Nagar, called the “Pavana Nagar Dam”.