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Friday, February 24, 2023

Houston, Newark, San Bernardino, Detroit and Jersey City, top list of dirtiest cities in America in 2023

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Houston, Newark, San Bernardino, detroit and Jersey City, top list of dirtiest cities in America in 2023. 

List Of Dirtiest Cities In America
Top 5 Being #1 Houston #2 Newark, Nj #3 San Bernardino, Ca #4 detroit #5 Jersey City, Nj.

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We do our part to clean up our towns. Recycle when we can and all that. When it comes to the dirtiest cities in the United States we may think of towns that you may see trash on the sides of the road like you do in movies like New York City or Detroit and all that. Maybe something from New Jersey? The website LawnStarter came up with a list of the dirtiest cities and Washington makes the list not one, not two but five times. Five times, indeed. Here's a look at each city and where it ranks on this list.

Tacoma - 87th place
Seattle - 101st place
Spokane - 108th place
Vancouver - 136th place
Bellevue - 139th place

The top five dirtiest cities in the country are run by Democratic mayors, a new study has found.

Among 152 of the biggest cities across the United States, Houston won the No. 1 spot for dirtiest city, followed by Newark, New Jersey, San Bernardino, California, Detroit and Jersey City, New Jersey, according to a study released Thursday by LawnStarter.

LawnStarter measured each city across four categories: pollution, which measures things like air quality and greenhouse gas emissions; living conditions, like the percentage of homes containing mold or rats; infrastructure, which measures waste output and regulations; and consumer satisfaction, or the percentage of residents who find the city dirty.

Houston, which is run by Democratic Mayor Sylvester Turner, ranked No. 1 in overall score for the dirtiest city. It ranked third in the nation on pollution, fourth on poor living conditions, 12th on infrastructure and 34th on consumer satisfaction.

San Bernardino, which is run by Democratic Party-endorsed Mayor Helen Tran, earned the No. 1 spot for worst pollution and worst consumer satisfaction.

Detroit, run by Democratic Mayor Mike Duggan, ranked No. 4 for worst consumer satisfaction and No. 9 for pollution.

Looking into the breakdown of dirtiest by type, worst air quality is a five-way tie between Riverside, San Bernardino, Fontana, Ontario, and Rancho Cucamonga. Irvine and Glendale also make an appearance in the top five highest amount of landfill waste per 10,000 residents.

On the plus side, Stockton, Oakland, and Anaheim are in the top five cities producing the least greenhouse gases per resident. Additionally, Rancho Cucamonga, Salinas, and Santa Clarita are in the top five cities with the lowest share of residents who think their cities are too dirty.

And on the LawnStarter list, Bakersfield is number 1 in share of residents upset by all the pollution. The top five cities also include San Bernardino, Fresno, and Stockton.

According to the LawnStarter blog, studies and rankings like this matter because dirty cities aren't just unpleasant, they can be unhealthy. Inadequate municipal sanitation, a high number of residents without a way to care for their needs in a private, clean manner, and low air quality affect both physical and mental health.

Bakersfield's top ten showing on the list of dirtiest cities may be disappointing, but its number one ranking as the most fed-up-with-dirt city in the country shows there's hope for change. If it's true that acknowledging the problem is half of the solution, then Bakersfield's never looked better.

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