Main source of air pollution is vehicle emissions. They account for 60% of total emissions
Management of waste water is almost non-existent (Source: http://www.dailymirror.lk/article/Managing-waste-water-in-Sri-Lanka-An-uncomfortable-reality-125937.html)
Water from Kandy Lake is not suitable for drinking. A high coliform count and a high degree of faecal contamination was observed in all water samples obtained from the lake and drains.
(Source: The environmental pollution of Kandy Lake: A case study from Sri Lanka)
Sri Lanka’s Coral Reef are in immenient danger because of marine pollution around Sri Lankan coast
As per an earlier research Waste generation per day = 7,500 metric tons. Daily waste collection is 3,500 metric tons
62% of all waste produced in Sri Lanka is biodegradeable.