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Pollution in Mangalore, India

Pollution in Mangalore, India

Air Pollution
18.63 Very Low
Drinking Water Pollution and Inaccessibility
18.27 Very Low
Dissatisfaction with Garbage Disposal
25.24 Low
Dirty and Untidy
22.12 Low
Noise and Light Pollution
27.30 Low
Water Pollution
27.34 Low
Dissatisfaction to Spend Time in the City
20.10 Low
Dissatisfaction with Green and Parks in the City
26.20 Low

Purity and Cleanliness in Mangalore, India

Air quality
81.37 Very High
Drinking Water Quality and Accessibility
81.73 Very High
Garbage Disposal Satisfaction
74.76 High
Clean and Tidy
77.88 High
Quiet and No Problem with Night Lights
72.70 High
Water Quality
72.66 High
Comfortable to Spend Time in the City
79.90 High
Quality of Green and Parks
73.80 High

Contributors: 104

Last update: November 2017

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

#Sony on Aug 17, 2017 :
But industries and increased usage of vehicles will soon increase the pollution of Mangalore..
#Gautham on Mar 19, 2017 :
@Max: Let me answer your question:

The answer is only regarding Pollution and cleanliness. I have no idea about other factors regarding Mangalore.

The reason behind the pollution and cleanliness stats for Mangalore are as follows:
1. Mangalore is a very small city in terms of both area (135 sq. km) and population (600,000)
2. It is Coastal city surrounded by forests and rivers.
3. Mangalore receives extremely heavy rainfall during the 4 months of monsoon.
4. Cleanliness drives are active throughout the city. It is a very small city, and hence it is easy maintain cleanliness.

But during the last 2-3 years, vehicles have increased considerably in Mangalore. Traffic is also increasing at a moderate rate. Further urbanization will certainly lead to Mangalore featuring in the polluted cities of India.
#Max on Sep 13, 2016 :
How come that Mangalore is so clean, almost unpolluted and safe in comparison not only to India cities, but also to European and American ones? Can anyone explain that?
#Sameer on Jun 27, 2016 :
What are the PM10 and PM2.5 levels in Mangalore ? Why isn't WHO measuring the air quality in Mangalore ?
#Percy on Apr 15, 2016 :
The air quality of Mangalore is very good. Also, plastics are banned in the city.
#Vanitha on Apr 13, 2016 :
Mangalore is a clean city, but it can improve on a few parameters:
1. Sanitation can be improved at a few places.
2. Recycling of waste materials.
3. Prevent burning of waste items.
4. Emission tests on all the vehicles in the city.
#Jayakumar on Apr 13, 2016 :
What are the PM10 and PM2.5 levels of Mangalore according to the World Health Organization (WHO) ?

I request Numbeo to include this data.
#Deepak on Mar 25, 2016 :
I agree with the comments by Mithun and Manjunath. Mangalore is the least polluted city in India.
#Manjunath on Mar 25, 2016 :
@Amar: All the locations in the city have clean air, water and good for living.
#Amar on Mar 21, 2016 :
Which locations in Mangalore have cleaner air and water and better for living ?
#Naveen on Feb 03, 2016 :
Mangalore of Karnataka is a very good city to live. The pollution in Mangalore is very less, compared to other cities of India. I hope in the future, industries don't come to the Mangalore region.
#Mithun on Jan 30, 2016 :
Mangalore is the least polluted city in India. It is also very clean and tidy.