Pollution in Gurgaon, India

Pollution in Gurgaon, India

Air Pollution
86.55 Very High
Drinking Water Pollution and Inaccessibility
63.26 High
Dissatisfaction with Garbage Disposal
76.23 High
Dirty and Untidy
75.24 High
Noise and Light Pollution
66.63 High
Water Pollution
78.48 High
Dissatisfaction to Spend Time in the City
79.77 High
Dissatisfaction with Green and Parks in the City
63.29 High

Purity and Cleanliness in Gurgaon, India

Air quality
13.45 Very Low
Drinking Water Quality and Accessibility
36.74 Low
Garbage Disposal Satisfaction
23.77 Low
Clean and Tidy
24.76 Low
Quiet and No Problem with Night Lights
33.37 Low
Water Quality
21.52 Low
Comfortable to Spend Time in the City
20.23 Low
Quality of Green and Parks
36.71 Low

Contributors: 217

Last update: January 2020

These data are based on perceptions of visitors of this website in the past 3 years.

If the value is 0, it means it is perceived as very low, and if the value is 100, it means it is perceived as very high.

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12 Comments so far

#Anonymous on Nov 16, 2019 :
I read somewhere that India is the dirtiest country in the world. We are developing at such a high pace but sadly at the cost of our environment. Next generation will not thank for development but will be angry for the kind of mess we have made for them. Politicians need an issue to market themselves, nobody is ready to take pain and do something. Just hope for the best or leave thesd cities.
#Anonymous on Nov 15, 2019 :
The situation becomes worst due to making of formalities by the government of Haryana etc.instead to make serious efforts to reduce d level or to give better environment...
#Kanta on Nov 04, 2019 :
Gurgaon is not a place worth living. The cost of living is very high. We are getting sewage water in our homes. There is great shortage of electricity. The roads are in very poor condition. One should think thousand times before moving to this city.
#True indian on Nov 23, 2018 :
Gurgaon used to be is a good city to live because of its proximity to Delhi and less population. Designated Green areas are in plenty but sooner or later they will be grabbed by some local influencial person and used for further polluting the city. Parks, green belts are used for selling building materials, becomes a parking plot for their heavy construction equipment’s and vehicles. Huda has no time to look at its prime green areas being misused openly by such people.
#Eloisa AAWF on Aug 02, 2017 :
You can say that Gurgaon is a very developed place in India because of numerous skyscrapers. I was surprised to know that there are 2 extremes living in this area: the very rich and the very poor. Why don’t they use the wealth that it has gained and use it to combat pollution? The scariest is the water pollution because it can spread diseases. I think utilization of safe energy sources is the answer to the growing pollution problem of Gurgaon.

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#Harshita on Jun 14, 2017 :
Gurgaon boast about its high rising buildings and big multi national companies but shadows its poor infrastructure and high pollution levels and retarded waste management.
#Tarun on Mar 05, 2017 :
The Residence area where I live I live is good , but sooner I moved out from my colony I find kachra every where, few days back the swach bharat abyan group people they have implemented few dust bin but they removed it back.... I don't know why they have done this.
First they will show and laterr they take back very bad
#Anonymous on Mar 02, 2017 :
Now a days i am feeling irittation in my eyes due to pollution.
My serinity of life is being exposure e due to pollution
#Surinder Chopra on Nov 04, 2016 :
The time slot I am talking about is from 1993 to 2005.
#Surinder Chopra on Nov 04, 2016 :
The city is turning out to be filthy. I live in Palam Vihar. When I bought my first house the area was very clean and worth living. After the rain the roads used to be clean black. No debris was sighted any where. These days all the road burns are chocked with polythene and other kachra. The drainage passage are all chocked with kachra. It is a punishment to be living here.
#Munish on Oct 25, 2016 :
I am paying taxes for dust and air pollution across the sector 22 Gurgaon area. The builder so called ambienece creacions creating such dust for all of us thanks to this BJP and congress corrupt politician who are keen to send message for thanks for income tax but you will not get anything for that.... Huhhhh greedy and such ugly politicians
#Ram Phul Singh on Jul 06, 2016 :
I am an Engineer. I carried out experiment on air pollution due to vehicles. I assured you if a chance is given to me Gurgaon can become a pollution free city within two months. i am not asking any type of help I just want a chance from Gurgaon administration.