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Pollution in Donegal, Ireland

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Pollution in Donegal, Ireland

Air Pollution
100.00 Very High
Drinking Water Pollution and Inaccessibility
100.00 Very High
Dissatisfaction with Garbage Disposal
100.00 Very High
Dirty and Untidy
100.00 Very High
Noise and Light Pollution
100.00 Very High
Water Pollution
100.00 Very High
Dissatisfaction to Spend Time in the City
100.00 Very High
Dissatisfaction with Green and Parks in the City
100.00 Very High

Purity and Cleanliness in Donegal, Ireland

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

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Last update: March 2019

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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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1 Comments so far

#Anna Harvey on Nov 15, 2015 :
To whom it may concern.
I have done a chemical analysis of Donegal in a place called Gweedore.

I have conducted water and soil samples on a recent visit with activists on an Environmental scale the countryside is decimated in toxins results back from Fitz Scientific indicate the soil which should read 0 has a level of Aluminum reading at 1306584 , Barium 118831, Lithium 10 ,Strontium 4726.93 on the scale of up/kg. Water sample again
which should read 0 Aluminium 147.8, Arsenic 0.98 , Barium 2.978 Strontium 8.724 Urannum 0.93 at a scale ug/L https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=953940948018448&set=pcb.953941251351751&type=3&theater So what do these toxic chemicals do to our bodies Chemtrails Climate Engineering, Aluminum and Alzheimer’s
There is no hiding from the toxic brew of heavy metals and
chemicals (from global climate engineering programs) floating down through the atmosphere forcing us all to inhale it with every breath. Aluminum is the primary element named in numerous geoengineering patents. Extreme quantities of
this highly toxic heavy metal is showing up in lab tests of precipitation from around the globe. If it’s in the rain, it’s in the air. Aluminum has been connected to Alzheimer’s disease by peer reviewed studies, how is it that the “Alzheimer’s Association” refuses to acknowledge this fact? Who is pulling the strings in the Alzheimer’s Association? Why do they want to hide the aluminum/Alzheimer’s connection? The article below is a very complete summary of the dangers aluminum poses to the human neurological system and the body as a whole.
Dane Wigington

By Rebel Siren
Alzheimer’s Disease Now Fastest-Growing Threat Globally
Health, Report Finds
Source: by Melvyn R. Werbach, M.D.
STUDIES HAVE DISCOVERED A DIRECT ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE
HIGH LEVELS ALUMINUM IN MUNICIPAL DRINKING WATER AND THE ONSET OF ALZHEIMERS
DEMENTIA”

Barium sulfate stomach cramps diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, constipation, weakness, pale skin, sweating, ringing in the ears, hives, itching, red skin, swelling or tightening of the throat, difficulty breathing or swallowing, hoarseness
agitation, confusion, fast heartbeat, bluish skin color

Lithium in the chemtrails Side Effects
Common side effects of lithium can include:
Hand tremor, Increased thirst, Increased urination, Diarrhea, Vomiting ,Weight gain, Impaired memory, Poor concentration, Drowsiness, Muscle weakness, Hair loss, Acne, Decreased thyroid function, diarrhea, vomiting, fever, unsteady walking, fainting, confusion, slurred speech, or rapid heart rate.

Strontium; Side effects from in high doses that
is in the Chem-trails
Strontium ranelate increased the risk of venous
thrombo-embolism, pulmonary embolism and serious cardiovascular disorders,cancer
including myocardial infarction. Its use is now restricted.[10] The
most common side effects include nausea, diarrhea, headache and eczema, but with
only 2–4% increase compared with placebo group. However, most of those side
effects resolved within 3 months. Occasional severe allergic reactions have
been reported including Drug Rash with Eosinophilia and Systemic Symptoms
(DRESS syndrome

Exposure to arsenic
Since arsenic is found naturally in the environment, you will be exposed to some arsenic by eating food, drinking water, or breathing air. Also, children may be exposed to arsenic by eating dirt. You may be exposed by skin contact with soil or water that contains arsenic. Analytical methods used by scientists to determine the levels of arsenic in the environment generally do not determine the specific form of arsenic present. Therefore, we do not always know the form of arsenic a person may be exposed to. Similarly, we often do not know what forms of arsenic are present at hazardous waste sites. Some forms of arsenic may be so tightly attached to particles or embedded in minerals that they are not taken up by plants and animals.

The concentration of arsenic in soil varies widely, generally ranging from about 1 to 40 parts of arsenic to a million parts of soil (ppm) with an average level of 3-4 ppm. However, soils in the vicinity of arsenic-rich geological deposits, some mining and smelting sites, or agricultural areas where arsenic pesticides had been applied in the past may contain much higher levels of arsenic. The concentration of arsenic in natural surface and groundwater is generally about 1 part in a billion parts of water (1 ppb), but may exceed 1,000 ppb in mining areas or where arsenic levels in soil are high. Groundwater is far more likely to contain high levels of arsenic than surface water. Surveys of U.S. drinking water indicate that about 80% of water supplies have less than 2 ppb of arsenic, but 2% of supplies exceed 20 ppb of arsenic. Levels of arsenic in food range from about 20 to 140 ppb. However, levels of inorganic arsenic, the form of most concern, are far lower. Levels of arsenic in the air generally range from less than 1 to about 2,000 nanograms (1 nanogram equals a billionth of a gram) of arsenic per cubic meter of air (less than 1-2,000 ng/m3), depending on location, weather conditions, and the level of industrial activity in the area. However, urban areas generally have mean arsenic levels in air ranging from 20 to 30 ng/m3.
ARSENIC IS ARSENIC IT KILLS YOU THE READING IN THE RESEVOIR WATER CAME IN 0.98
AND URANNIUM 0.93 Chemical Effects
In addition, if UF6 is released to the atmosphere, the uranium compounds and HF that are formed by reaction with moisture in the air can be chemically toxic. Uranium is a heavy metal that, in addition to being radioactive, can have toxic chemical effects (primarily on the kidneys) if it enters the bloodstream by means of ingestion or inhalation. HF is an extremely corrosive gas that can damage the lungs and cause death if inhaled at high enough concentrations.

That is falling on you HAIR onn your SKIN you absorb it into your SKIN it then enters your bloodstream, It falls on the CROPS we eat, on your children,