According to the European Environment Agency, the cities are classified “from the cleanest to the most polluted based on the average level of fine particles in the last two calendar years”. Fine particles are “the air pollutants with the greatest impact on health in terms of premature deaths and diseases”, explained the specialists of the European agency.
In the ranking, the city with the cleanest air in Romania is Galati, 21st place. The next cities in Romania where air pollution calculations were made are Oradea, 146th place, and Sibiu, 157th place. The cities Constanţa also appear in the ranking 232, Bacău 261, Botoşani 273, Buzău 274, Timisoara 281, Braşov 289, Cluj-Napoca 291, Suceava 296, Satu Mare 301, Arad 308, Baia Mare 313, Ploiesti 327, Piatra Neamţ 329, Tg.Mureş 330 and Iasi 340.
The capital of Romania is on the 302nd place, with a pollution index of 15.7, double compared to the city of Galaţi (index 7.2). The worst air in Romania is in the city of Iasi, which ranks 340th.
On the 375th place, last in the ranking drawn up by the European Environment Agency, is the city of Slavonski Brod in Croatia. The cleanest air in Europe is in the cities of Faro, in Portugal, and Umea and Uppsala, both in Sweden.
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