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Pollution in Navi Mumbai, India

Air pollution data from World Health Organization Info
PM10120
PM2.564
PM10 Pollution Level: Very High

Pollution in Navi Mumbai, India

Air Pollution
68.94 High
Drinking Water Pollution and Inaccessibility
45.54 Moderate
Dissatisfaction with Garbage Disposal
63.98 High
Dirty and Untidy
56.25 Moderate
Noise and Light Pollution
55.56 Moderate
Water Pollution
67.73 High
Dissatisfaction to Spend Time in the City
60.16 High
Dissatisfaction with Green and Parks in the City
45.69 Moderate

Purity and Cleanliness in Navi Mumbai, India

Air quality
31.06 Low
Drinking Water Quality and Accessibility
54.46 Moderate
Garbage Disposal Satisfaction
36.02 Low
Clean and Tidy
43.75 Moderate
Quiet and No Problem with Night Lights
44.44 Moderate
Water Quality
32.27 Low
Comfortable to Spend Time in the City
39.84 Low
Quality of Green and Parks
54.31 Moderate

Contributors: 68

Last update: December 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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30 Comments so far

#Poonam on Nov 10, 2017 :
There was very nauseating smell day before yesterday and even today after 6 pm in Kharghar. We closed all our doors and windows and had to start AC to remove it. It came from Taloza. It is really a thing of concern. Does anyone has idea what steps can be taken to control the situation.
#Kavita on Nov 09, 2017 :
Air quality here is horrible. Why is the government not shutting down the chemical industries responsible for it. We just can't open the windows between 6pm and 7am.
#Anonymous on Nov 08, 2017 :
Klins are killing us....In kamothe making baking of bricks......I am having some ailment in my eyes due to pollution..
#Kumar on Oct 18, 2017 :
Today in kalamboli, air quality was very poor as usual But who cares. As usual blame is on people. Do not use own vehicle, don’t fire crackers.
#Poonam Goyal on Oct 08, 2017 :
I dont get it... Y ders no action taken against this steel yard waste which is murdering us daily... v cant breathe n v spend rs. 80 for drinking water....
#ANONYMOUS on Mar 30, 2017 :
https://www.consumercomplaints.in/cidco-mitigation-of-air-pollution-at-residential-areas-of-roadpali-kalamboli-c963360
#selvaa on Feb 20, 2017 :
what is meant by swatch Bharat and swatch Bharat tax when the people and their children are not able to breath fresh air. Clean India should not include only making toilets, but also should consider air and water pollution
#Santosh on Jan 31, 2017 :
Environment of Kharghar is killing many peoples due to chemical pollution, no body is united against it
#manikin patil on Jan 14, 2017 :
air pollution is toooooooo high in kamothe.. taloja..kharghar. .kalamboli. If you put a white cloth at night in gallery and you white cloth becomes black in morning and dangerous smell comes if you open windows after 6pm till morning 7am. These areas are dangerous to leave. Please don't buy property if you are concerned about your family health.
#Anonymous on Jan 04, 2017 :
Pls look at the air quality n pollution level measurment chart given at the bottom of the page in below link..
http://aqicn.org/city/india/mumbai/us-consulate/
Today itself the level shown by d purifier was 400+
#Naqvi on Jan 04, 2017 :
@ shriharsh
You r staying at palm beach road.. might be there the air quality is better..
But here in Kalamboli, roadpali n kharghar area its just miserable.
It was difficult to stay a night with open window. We bought air purifier. Where the pollution level above 100 is considered hazardous.. the level of air pollution is between 350-450 during evng night n early mrng... extremely dangerous!!!
#Naqvi on Jan 04, 2017 :
We shifted here in amarante last month from andheri totally unaware of d situation from before.
These smell n pollution level has made life miserable.
Indeed we r giving slow poision to our kids by making them breathe such air.
Few ques..
How can authorities remain immune n dumb when ppl r complaining? U can see online complaints dating back to 6+ yrs
Why still no chk has been taken against d industries releasing such posionous gases?
Why r ppl not joining hands agaist such a big issue n not giving a proper fight back?
Why r most of d ppl just bearing in d name of bad smell n suffocation? Might be they r unaware of d actual seriousness of the issue..
#Anonymous on Dec 30, 2016 :
Maharashtra has destroyed a huge number of forests surrounding the Western Ghats.

Kerala and Karnataka have preserved the forests in Western Ghats and their coastal stretch is green and maintained very well.

This is the reason for Navi Mumbai's air being Very Highly Polluted.
#Anonymous on Dec 30, 2016 :
I am surprised that being a planned coastal city, Navi Mumbai's air is Very Highly Polluted.

Just imagine, when a planned city is so badly polluted, what could be the air quality of other Indian cities.

These are statistics from WHO and CPCB, and they are very accurate.
#Arjun on Nov 25, 2016 :
Air pollution in kamothe is very high even if u walk in home bare sole ur sole becomes black and it's purely black need to work on it and find the solutions if someone interested we together can do something....
#Laxminarayan Gupta on Nov 19, 2016 :
Excessive pollution in Koparkhiarne sector 11 Navi mumbai due to fumes from nearby factories in MIDC.After diwali it has increased heaviliy between 8pm to moorning 5 pm.It's unbearable and the pollution is choking us.please suggest what can be done.
#Pramod on Nov 14, 2016 :
Unbearable level of chemical pollutiion in Vashi on 13thNov 2016 Night. How is this being allowed. We are exposing our children and our family to slow poisoning
Should form an immediate petition to close all the rogue industries involved in this crime and also punish the errant goverment officials who are allowing this to happen
#Kumar on Nov 13, 2016 :
Very bad smell in kharghar, may be due to chemical gases.
#Uncommon on Nov 01, 2016 :
I agree with Pratik here, i think there are some notorious Industries who are bribing officials to let this smell kill people over a period of time. Residents of Roadpali specially are suffering the most. Open your windows in the morning hours around 5.30 Am and feel the toxic chemicals in your Nose..

we should make this rascals (officials and polluting industries officials ) Sit in front of this Smoke so that they choke..
#Pratik Yewale on Oct 21, 2016 :
Every night around 2 am,the smell starts coming and we are unable to breathe properly. The smell is so strong that the throat becomes sore. I stay at The spring in roadpali kalmaboli, it's near to taloja link road, at night the industries release all the toxic gasses coz of which we have to suffer a lot. I request to the authorities to do something of this coz it's effecting us a lot.

Karma will hit back to these people who are doing all this and to the people who are not doing anything about it. Just sitting on chairs and taking bribes.
#Anonymous on Apr 20, 2016 :
It is very difficult to stay in kalamboli Taloja kamothe Khandwa colony khandeshwar Kharghar due to the air and water pollution
At night various chemicals are exposed in to air and near by mangroves and is very difficult to breathe also for the people staying in this areas
Please help us in this situation
#Monika Agwani on Mar 20, 2016 :
The air in Nawade (Near taloja), these days every night there is a terrible smell and feels heavy to breathe, apparently due to the factory emissions from Taloja. I haven't encountered that kind of air quality over a wide area anywhere in Navi Mumbai

its terrible to breathe and its unbearable ..requesting the authorities to pls take necessary action against the taloja midc industries...which releases such poisons gas eeeryday which speards so badly..and the effects last really long.
#Monika Agwani on Mar 20, 2016 :
The air in nawade (Near taloja), these days every night there is a terrible smell and feels heavy to breathe, apparently due to the factory emissions from Taloja. I haven't encountered that kind of air quality over a wide area anywhere in Navi Mumbai
#Jayant Yadav on Feb 13, 2016 :
The air in Kharghar, especially in the winter nights has a terrible smell and feels heavy to breathe, apparently due to the factory emissions from Taloja. I haven't encountered that kind of air quality over a wide area anywhere in Mumbai.

There are pockets of water around sector 27 which are being polluted and squatters around here have turned vacant plots into garbage dumps.

Although there is a pretty large number of parks. They are not very well maintained. A little clean up and maintenance is required from the civic body to sort out those problems.

Water seems ok. Planning to get it tested.

It's still more open and well planned and greener than all of Mumbai.
#Hemant on Jan 08, 2016 :
Kalamboli is dangerously polluted. Administration must do something about it. Air here is hazardous. It stinks with unbearable industry odor.
#Gaurav on Dec 30, 2015 :
High air pollution in kharghar due to release of dangerous gasses from industries in taloja..those who staying at palm beach road think whole navi mumbai is like that. Please dont generalise as in your area pollution might not be there but situation is not same in every part of navi mumbai.
#shriharsh on Dec 06, 2015 :
I am living in Navi Mumbai since 2006 and know almost all parts of the city.

I am surprised to see some comments about pollution, air and quality of living in Navi Mumbai, but I would say it's very misleading. The quality of Water, Air, Pollution is very very good and Navi Mumbai recently ranked number 2 in Smart Cities. Pl have a look about Navi Mumbai thru Google Images and you will see, Navi Mumbai is better than many cities. What few people are referring pollution is due to the dust as there are many constructions going on and dust keeps travelling due to the wind speed. I live near Palm Beach Road, and we see the Palm Beach and Sea beyond this. So we never faced issues like that but some comments above are really misleading. Also in some survey, 5 years back, it was told Chembur pollution condition is very dangerous and you loose 10 years of life, if continued for 50-60 years in the city. But that too is improving. Also in Chembur, because of RCF, some coal dust and other hazardous emissions in the air were set to settle in Vashi Creek, but for some technical error, it was settling in Navi Mumbai near Vashi and Sanpada but the situation is rectified long back.

Mostly Navi Mumbai is a very planned city compulsorily segregated in sectors and then assigning gardens and important recreational facilities sector-wise. Also the city is developed in a planned phase and then you see very quality infrastructure, wide roads, always richly lighted, spacious parking options, very good and big gardens and parks, various malls numbering to 35, I guess. The city mayor is very conscious and recently we had a questionnaire sent thru all the students to their guardians for suggestions to make the city more beautiful and to improve on smart city call. There are very less crime rates and the city boasts to be maximum safe with number of quality and rich people living therein. What some people refer may be some older parts of the city, which didn't catch up with the later developments but still the same is not very discouraging.

Who ever is stepping in this city, I would say will never repent in comparison with other cities or even with Mumbai to some extent as far traffic, noise, busy day to day life is concerned.
#Meenakshi on Nov 30, 2015 :
Living in sanpada high dust pollution people use their hard money to live there and getting pollution and in country disscussion on intoleren e not on quality of people and what step can be taken
#Anonymous on Oct 28, 2015 :
air quality indicators for Navi Mumbai seem to be exaggerated...purity and cleanliness numbers are misleading
#Aisd Desai on Sep 16, 2014 :
As far ss concern kalamboli,we found lot of dust in air, most pulluted , and dirty place.