Pollution in Albany, GA, United States

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Air pollution data from World Health Organization Info
PM1018
PM2.511
PM10 Pollution Level: Low

Pollution in Albany, GA, United States

Air Pollution
25.00 Low
Drinking Water Pollution and Inaccessibility
33.33 Low
Dissatisfaction with Garbage Disposal
37.50 Low
Dirty and Untidy
25.00 Low
Noise and Light Pollution
16.67 Very Low
Water Pollution
16.67 Very Low
Dissatisfaction to Spend Time in the City
16.67 Very Low
Dissatisfaction with Green and Parks in the City
25.00 Low

Purity and Cleanliness in Albany, GA, United States

Air quality
75.00 High
Drinking Water Quality and Accessibility
66.67 High
Garbage Disposal Satisfaction
62.50 High
Clean and Tidy
75.00 High
Quiet and No Problem with Night Lights
83.33 Very High
Water Quality
83.33 Very High
Comfortable to Spend Time in the City
83.33 Very High
Quality of Green and Parks
75.00 High

Contributors: 5

Last update: January 2018

These data are based on perceptions of visitors of this website in the past 3 years.

If the value is 0, it means it is perceived as very low, and if the value is 100, it means it is perceived as very high.

  
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2 Comments so far
q on Jan 25, 2018:
In a sea of green (healthy and low) and only very few yellow flags across the region, based on air quality score, Albany stands out in red for its high (meaning very bad) air quality index on aqicn.org.

It's seemingly the only red score in the region, including Atlanta, so this would confirm the other comment posted here.
bill on Dec 17, 2017:
The air quality in Albany Georgia is absolutely terrible. The numbers listed here are not accurate. Every day the air smells acrid and foul like some chemicals or something burning. I can't stay outdoors for very long breathing the toxic air. I have heard that there are more people and now more companies that are illegally disposing of trash by burning. They burn at night so as to hide the smoke. Albany is not an industrial smoke-stack town as far as I'm aware, but maybe some companies are polluting more now. It's also possible that politics and manipulated legislation has come into play whereby polluters are simply fined a small amount for polluting rather than paying for proper trash and/or waste product management. It's also possible that being a rural town, Albany just doesn't have the personnel or infrastructure to enforce air quality standards. A visit from EPA or other agencies is badly needed to check out what is going on with Albany's air.