The dirtiest rivers in the world

• dirtiest rivers in the world

water pollution problem is very acute in the whole world. Each of us has seen and heard, it is not recommended to swim in some of the rivers and reservoirs. But these ten rivers beat any antirecord. The water is so dirty that we should not even approach them.

The dirtiest rivers in the world

Tsintarum

Indonesia

Before you officially the dirtiest river of the world. The locals (on the banks of Tsintarum lives about 5 million people) throw all waste in the water. Polluted pond takes 50,000 lives each year, but only in the river swims about six million tons of garbage.

The dirtiest rivers in the world

Khan

China

Industrial waste water turned Han River is now a swamp. Over the length of the river covers algae thick layer.

The dirtiest rivers in the world

Yamuna

India

Huge city New Delhi uses river Yamuna as the primary source of drinking water. This also led the city sewer pipes: to all appearances, the Indians did not really get on with the process logic.

The dirtiest rivers in the world

Mississippi

USA

Great Mississippi has always been a major US river. And as long as people are not carried away with chemistry, it is considered pure water throughout the country. Today, go to the river is simply dangerous to life: only in 2015, several large chemical companies have merged here America 13 million tons of toxic waste.

The dirtiest rivers in the world

Huangpu

China

In 2013, Chinese farmers from the surrounding area of ​​Shanghai dropped in Huangpu 16,000 pig carcasses, which led to an unprecedented scandal. The river is the main source of drinking water for Shanghai, but China factories and the factory is still poured into her toxic chemicals.

The dirtiest rivers in the world

Niger

Nigeria

Most of all Nigeria's oil is produced in the Niger Delta. Each year, with the full approval of the Government in the river dropping more than 250 thousand barrels of oil that have often led to a real ecological disaster.

The dirtiest rivers in the world

Pasig

Philippines

Filipinos whose homes are on the coast of Pasig, can not take care of bridges and crossings: instead of water in the river flows the real trash. Just think, here take off in 1500 of household rubbish every day.