Pollution and cleanliness in Masindi Port, Uganda

Masindi Port is a city in Uganda. There are 8.3K people living in the city. The next article discusses the air pollution levels and city cleanliness reported by residents and tourists.

Masindi Port, Uganda, has 8.3K residents living in an area with high air pollution levels. As a result, the air quality in the Masindi Port is considered to be very good and the residents enjoy clean air. Generally, public spaces are kept fairly clean in the city of Masindi Port by residents and authorities.

Visitors and residents found that spending time there can be unpleasant sometimes, and some reported feeling insecure. Several streets and areas in the city are often dirty and unpleasant, and it is often considered an unclean city. Several travelers to Masindi Port complain of poor air quality and sanitary conditions during their trip. Many travelers and residents have encountered a problem with garbage removal or dirty streets in the city.

Locals and visitors of the city can enjoy a number of parks and green spaces, though many are poorly maintained. Although there are a few clean and accessible water sources in the surrounding areas and city, there are not many reported and there are reports mentioning a lack of clean, high-quality water, but this typically isn't a problem. Visitors to the city were impressed by the efficient sewage and solid waste disposal systems.

Masindi Port's residents and visitors can sometimes be affected by noise hazards in the city. Visitor opinions regarding the city's parks and green spaces have sometimes been mixed, but in some cases visitors were pleased with the higher level of maintenance. Water in the city is not particularly liked by residents.

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 Masindi Port


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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