Dirtiest Cities in the World
Bangalore: Which are the dirtiest cities in the world? Here are the 10 dirtiest cities in the world named by hassam.hubpages.com. These cities either lack proper sanitation facilities or have high levels of pollution.
Enclosed by Iran, Georgia, Russia and Armenia on the Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan has long been an oil hub. As a consequence, Baku, the capital city, suffers from life-threatening levels of air pollution emitted from oil drilling and shipping. It is one of the dirtiest cities in the world. The lack of clean water and basic sanitation leaves a much stronger impression on the casual traveler than dirty air from a lot of vehicle traffic and industry, as the latter is present in most cities around the world to a certain extent whereas basic water and sanitation is given and perhaps that is much more shocking when it's gone.
Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh and is located in southern Asia between Burma and India. Dhaka battles with the constant threat of water pollution. Surface water is frequently thick with disease and pollutants from the use of commercial pesticides. With a probable 150 million people living in a relatively small area, cleaning up the problem won't be easy.
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