Pollution and cleanliness in Altamira, Brazil

Altamira is a city in Brazil. There are 70.9K people living in the city. The next article discusses the air pollution levels and city cleanliness reported by residents and tourists.

70.9K people live in Altamira, Brazil, which has medium levels of air pollution. A few residents complained about living in a polluted environment, and considered the air polluted. Generally, public spaces are kept fairly clean in the city of Altamira by residents and authorities.

It is rare for tourists to have problems while visiting the Altamira and they usually enjoy a safe and pleasant stay. Streets and areas in the city can sometimes be dirty and unpleasant, so the city is not known for its cleanliness. A few travelers claim the local air pollution and sanitary conditions impair their trip experiences. Some travelers and residents complain about garbage removal in the city and dirty streets.

Residents and visitors can enjoy some parks and green areas in the city. Most of these areas are well maintained. Clean, easily accessible water sources have been reported around the city and in the surrounding areas and there are reports mentioning a lack of clean, high-quality water, but this typically isn't a problem. In certain areas of the city, visitors liked the efficient sewage and waste disposal systems.

There are often issues related to noise disturbances in the city that concern residents and visitors. Parks and green areas in the city of Altamira occasionally received negative reviews. Night lighting in the city of Altamira is not a significant issue for residents and tourists, and streets are lit without significant disruptions. Most residents in the city are satisfied with the water's quality but some dislike its smell and taste.

Mesurement Score (out of 5)
The pollution of the air


Air quality rating


Maintain a clean and tidy environment


How comfortable is it to spend time in Altamira


Polluted environment


An unpleasant stay in the city


Complaints about garbage disposal and dirt


A lack of parks or a failure to keep them clean


Inaccessible and polluted drinking water


Access to clean, safe drinking water


Reliability of sanitation services


Light pollution and noise pollution


The quality of parks and green areas


Nightlights work without issue and are quiet


Pollution of water


Quality of Water


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