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Save Pampa Clean Pampa

Download /View Latest News letter in Malayalam 10-3-2013

The Pampa Parirakshana Samithy (PPS) is a voluntary non-government organisation which has been working relentlessly since 1993 to protect the Holy River Pampa and to save it from degradation and destruction.

The PPS was formally inaugurated at a large public gathering at Kozhencherry on 14th May, 1994, and since then it has been working to study the problems faced by the river and seeking solutions to those problems. PPS have been interacting continuously with the public from different strata of society and working along with organisations like omega replica Centre for Earth Sciences Studies (CESS), Centre for Water Resources Development and Management (CWRDM) and the Kerala State Pollution Control Board

PPS  took shape when the local inhabitants and environmentalists decided to protest against indiscriminate sand mining of river basins in Kerala.

  • As a result of continuous mining of sand from the Pampa river, the seabed level has fallen to three metres below the mean sea level (MSL)
     
  • The water table in all the wells in the Pampa river valley has fallen significantly, as a result of which there is acute shortage of drinking water just a few months after the monsoon rains.
     
  • Mining has also weakened the foundations of pillars of several bridges across these rivers.
     
  • The snake boat race during Onam Festival which used to be an annual sport attracting thousands of tourists, had to be cancelled many years as the river did not have sufficient water.
     
  • The Biggest achievement of PPS so far is the Approval of PAMPA ACTION PLAN from The Government of India

 

The Government of India has already cleared the first phase of the Pampa Action Plan costing Rs. 18.45 crores including the pollution abatement programme of Sabarimala and the Pampa region.

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