Pollution in Izmir, Turkey

Air pollution data from World Health Organization Info
PM10 Pollution Level: Moderate

Pollution in Izmir, Turkey

Air Pollution
52.91 Moderate
Drinking Water Pollution and Inaccessibility
49.47 Moderate
Dissatisfaction with Garbage Disposal
47.80 Moderate
Dirty and Untidy
50.00 Moderate
Noise and Light Pollution
50.52 Moderate
Water Pollution
58.60 Moderate
Dissatisfaction to Spend Time in the City
37.24 Low
Dissatisfaction with Green and Parks in the City
47.11 Moderate

Purity and Cleanliness in Izmir, Turkey

Air quality
47.09 Moderate
Drinking Water Quality and Accessibility
50.53 Moderate
Garbage Disposal Satisfaction
52.20 Moderate
Clean and Tidy
50.00 Moderate
Quiet and No Problem with Night Lights
49.48 Moderate
Water Quality
41.40 Moderate
Comfortable to Spend Time in the City
62.76 High
Quality of Green and Parks
52.89 Moderate

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Last update: July 2021

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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1 Comments so far
Kofte on Jun 13, 2018:
Plastic pollution on land and sea is a big problem around Izmir specifically in Aliaga. Not only do consumers need to change their behavior, to reduce their single-use plastics – consumers also need to send the signal that they care about the issue, and want the system to change.

Also, businesses like Petkim will need to do their part, coming up with alternative products and models to allow a low-plastic society to flourish and continue to enjoy modern conveniences. Indeed, many businesses are ready to embrace a bioeconomy.

But ultimately, it’s up to governments to create frameworks that make change possible. And it’s up to us to demand that.

Never mind about second Petkim.