|Mouth||Huai River (淮河)|
|Zhengyang County, Henan, China|
|Length||557 km (346 mi)|
The Ying River (simplified Chinese: 颍河; traditional Chinese: 潁河; pinyin: Yĭng Hé) is the largest tributary of the Huai River with its origin in Henan Province, People’s Republic of China. From Zhoukou City in Henan the river flows through Fuyang City in Anhui Province then empties into the Huai River at Zhengyang.
The Ying River’s major tributary is the Sha River (沙河) so it is often referred to by this name or as the Shaying River (沙颍河).
Seriously polluted along its entire length, in 2007 the Ying River’s water quality was rated as below Grade 5 by the Chinese Environmental Protection Agency.
- 辞海第六版 Cihai Ed. 6. (in Chinese) Shanghai. 2009. pp. 2754. "颍河(...)长557千米" (translation: Ying River(...)is 557 km long)
- "Anhui Water Conservancy Bureau: Huai River Drainage System – Ying River (安徽省水利廳. 淮河水系－潁河.)" (in Chinese). Anhui Water Conservatory Portal (安徽水利信息網). December 22, 2008. Retrieved February 5, 2012.
- "Grade Five Polluted Ying River Covered with White Foam (潁河全線水質劣五類 河面被白色泡沫覆蓋)" (in Chinese). ChinaFotoPress. March 11, 2007. Retrieved February 6, 2012.
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