Whilst walking along your local river, some of you may have noticed foam on the surface of the water. Although this may seem alarming, the following post from the Environment Agency explains how to distinguish between natural, harmless foam, and foam from human sources which may have detrimental effects on rivers -> Foam info
Remember, if you have any concerns about the health of a river please call the Environment Agency on 0800 807060 (24 hours).
The foam in the above photo (Credit: Daily Record) is not natural and was a pollution event on the River Clyde through Glasgow last year. If you are interested you can read more on this here: River Clyde foam pollution