Rating of the Dirtiest Cities in Russia Published
OREANDA-NEWS A survey conducted in 200 large cities of Russia allowed Domofond analysts to compile a rating of the country's most polluted cities.
Norilsk took first place with an average score of 1.9 (out of ten). The second place is near Kiselevsk (2.7) in the Kemerovo region, where you can watch black snow in winter. The third line was taken by another representative of the Kuzbass - Belovo (3.4).
Further in the ranking are Vorkuta and Yakutsk (3.6 points each). The sixth place is occupied by Pervouralsk of the Sverdlovsk region (3.9), the places below went to Prokopyevsk and Leninsk-Kuznetsk from Kuzbass, Novokuybyshevsk (Samara region) and Klin near Moscow.
Muscovites rated the city’s ecology at 7.2 points, residents of St. Petersburg at 6.8 points, Lenta.ru reports citing available research materials.