Froth appears once again at Bellandur lake

05:20 PM May 05, 2018 | Team Udayavani |

Bengaluru: The instance of the foamy lakes doesn't appear to show signs of improvement as soon after rains washed over the city of Bengaluru, foam shaped once again over the surface of Bellandur lake, much to the daunt of the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA). 


The BDA has been doing some weeding work to fight the repetitive foam. Occupants trust that detergent in the sewage from families is the reason for all the foam. This hypothesis, however straightforward it might appear, has additionally been backed by the Indian Institute of Sciences and additionally different specialists. 

The most ideal approach to battle this issue, is to fabricate an appropriate sewage treatment office so as to keep crude sewage water from entering the lake. Some treatment plants are presently under development and the BDA has turned to expulsion of weeds, filtering and sprinklers as a safety measure. 

The careful steps appear to have diminished the issue to a specific degree as the foam no longer spills out of the lake, when it previously used to rise to about 10-15 feet high. Local people in any case, are concerned that more rains would exacerbate the circumstance.


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