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    It produces 23 million tons of waste daily. Iraq is on the list of the most polluted countries

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    It produces 23 million tons of waste daily. Iraq is on the list of the most polluted countries Empty It produces 23 million tons of waste daily. Iraq is on the list of the most polluted countries

    Post by Rocky Tue 28 May 2024, 5:19 am

    It produces 23 million tons of waste daily. Iraq is on the list of the most polluted countries

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    [rtl]The Strategic Center for Human Rights explained on Tuesday that Iraq is at the top of the list of the most polluted countries, producing 23 million tons of waste daily, while calling on the government to allocate emergency budgets to establish waste recycling projects.[/rtl]
    [rtl]The head of the Strategic Center for Human Rights in Iraq, Fadel Al-Gharawi, said in a statement received by Al-Iqtisad News that citizens contribute to more than 2 kilograms of waste per day, bringing the daily waste rate to 23 million tons per day, causing significant air pollution.[/rtl]
    [rtl]Al-Gharawi added that Iraq and Bahrain ranked second and fourth, respectively, on the list of the world's most polluted countries for the year 2023, according to a study prepared by the Swiss company IQ Air concerned with air purification issues. Chad recorded pollution at a rate of 89.7 micrograms per cubic meter, which is the highest level of pollution in the world, and 17 times more than the standard air purity recommendations set by the World Health Organization at 2.5 particles per cubic meter. Iraq came second with 80.1 micrograms, Pakistan third with 70.9 micrograms, Bahrain with 66.6 micrograms and Bangladesh with 65.8 micrograms. The study shows that pollution rates in Iraq nearly doubled in one year, from 49.7 in 2021-2022, and in 2020-2021 Iraq was tenth on the list of most polluted countries with 39.6 micrograms.[/rtl]
    [rtl]According to the company's report, the average concentration of polluted particles reached 43.8 micrograms per square meter for Iraq. While the average concentration of polluted particles in the UAE reached 43 micrograms per square meter. According to the report, Iceland boasts the cleanest air in the world, among the 100 countries listed in the table, with a PM2.5 concentration of 3.4 micrograms per cubic meter.[/rtl]
    [rtl]Al-Gharawi added that the causes of air pollution in Iraq are many, the most important of which is the amount of daily waste amounting to more than 23 million tons per day, the spread of waste incinerators near cities, the lack of environmental sanitary landfills, oil extraction operations, and gas burning, in addition to the spread of factories in the middle and near cities, such as brick and cement factories and hospital incinerators. .[/rtl]
    [rtl]Al-Gharawi called on the government, its relevant ministry, and the governorates to allocate emergency budgets to establish waste recycling and sorting projects. He also called on the government to consider May 30 of every year as the Iraqi Zero Waste Day, which UNESCO has approved as a world day in 2024. He also called for all measures to be taken to address the large rates of pollution in the air by informing the forest project. Green plants, desert agriculture, treating the burning of gas associated with fields, and reducing the rate of global warming in Iraq.[/rtl]




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