The study deals with the study of environmental conditions and the evaluation of soil pollution and sulfur water in Mashreq sulfur mine area before and after the cessation of sulfur extraction in 2003. This is done by comparing the results of hydrochemical analyzes of the water samples taken from the Tigris River and the water wells and soil samples taken from the Mashraq and its surroundings, Extraction and productivity on the characteristics of surface soil in the company's public through the results of hydroochemical analysis of water samples taken in 2007 and previous years with 2017 and its resistance before and after extraction stopped. The main source of pollution is the injection of hot technological water at 140 ° C in the field. The main recipient of these pollutants as hot water and sulfuric means is the Tigris River and the hydrogeological fact of the area. The soil and soil resources were particularly important depending on their use. The extent of soil contamination was measured by the relative coefficient of Erichment Factor. EF< 2 was found to be the result of natural and not human activities due to the rocky natural nature of the area. The ecological hazard factor and Pollution load index are within the permissible limits and there is no industrial impact on the region. This indicates that the pollution is effective in the case of the company's business. In case of stopping it as it is now, there is no effect of pollution. .