As much as we practice cleanliness in our personal lives, we hardly do with the cities we live in. Yes, not everyone is of that opinion, you may differ in opinion with me, but that does not change fact, that some cities are quite dirty and cities do not make themselves dirty, those who are living in it do. Of course not everyone is collectively responsible for the untidiness of the cities they live in. And, besides lack of judgement by common citizens, there are many other major reasons for a city to become dirty. For example, apart from throwing trash in inappropriate places, things like high population density, environmental pollution caused by industries, vehicles and even faulty sewage systems can also make a city very dirty. If the awareness is not raised in time, the cities that we are talking about here can be facing major humanitarian problems in the near future. The United States of America is a big country, keep it clean every single person must contribute alongside the government. So please, spread the word about these cities in question. The sooner we acknowledge and accept the issue, the sooner initiatives could be taken.

If you are interested in learning more about this topic, then you have come to the right place. At insider monkey’s blog page, we have put together a list of 16 Dirtiest Cities in America. Just click on the provided hyperlink, and you will shortly be redirected to the article’s location.