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The most polluted places in the world.


The list of the most polluted places in the world was compiled by the U.S. research organization Blacksmith Institute, publishes the British newspaper The Daily Telegraph.

First place as the most polluted place belongs to the Chinese city Linfen, where coal, and all the local businesses are using it as fuel. This led to what is an incredibly dirty air, and residents suffer from respiratory and skin diseases and lung cancer.

Chinese city Linfen

The second place - the city Tyanzhin in China. Tyanzhin is center for the production of lead. Its content in the air and the soil is 10 times higher than normal.

Tyanzhin in China

Third line occupies Indian city Sukinda. In Sukinde is one of the world's largest open pit mines chrome ore. Residents suffer from gastrointestinal bleeding, tuberculosis and asthma.

Indian city Sukinda

#4 is Indian city Vapi. In Vapi are more than 50 industrial enterprises, which poison the environment with heavy metals, pesticides and chemical wastes.

In Vapi the level of mercury in groundwater is almost one hundred times greater than the maximum allowed by the standards of the World Health Organization.

Fifth dirtier city in the world named La Oroya in Peru. Due to the high levels of metal production there of lead contamination.

La Oroya in Peru

Two Russian cities among the ten most polluted places on the planet. # 6 belongs to Dzerzhinsk. Dzerzhinsk is one of Russia's largest centers of chemical industry, the environment is violated for many years to discharge into the river and the dumping of untreated hazardous ground plant waste.

In Dzerzhinsk the mortality rate - many times higher than the national average.

#7 is Norilsk (Russia). Norilsk – is a major center of nonferrous metallurgy where a disastrous situation creates a company "Norilsk Nickel". The city is literally poisoned with heavy metals.


Norilsk residents live 10 years less than other Russians. They are more prone to allergies, asthma, malformations of the cardiovascular system, respiratory system and digestive system, blood disorders, mental disorders.

Ukrainian city Chernobyl took eighth place.

The world's most famous nuclear accident led to thousands of deaths from cancer and still cause breathing problems, ear infections, and other health problems.


#9 is Sumgait (Azerbaijan).

Sumgait located on the shore of the Caspian Sea and established as the center of the petrochemical industry, which highly affected local ecology.

#10 takes the town of Kabwe in Zambia, where mined lead and zinc.

In Kabwe lead dust cover entire regions, and in children's blood levels of this metal is 10 times higher than normal.

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