The Kosovo Energy Corporation is pumping millions of tons of ash produced by its coal plants each year into a former mining pit, creating a potentially disastrous chemical pond.
After years of mismanagement, Kosovo’s largest landfill poses an environmental disaster and may cause irreversible water contamination, researchers warn.
Beyond winter’s staggering pollution peaks, there is another crucial data point we should focus on: the 2016 air quality average, which reveals a significant threat to public health in Prishtina.
On the continuous threats to the public health of Kosovar citizens and the army of civil servants that has failed to defend them.
With air marked as ‘hazardous’ throughout the whole weekend, US Embassy data show that the air quality was at its worst since measurement began in March.