The HSPCB is the apex pollution-controlling body constituted in the year 1974, for the State of Haryana. The board aims to achieve its objectives through the implementation of laws, by-laws, technology, and economic integration for the feasibility of the control of liquid and gaseous emissions. One of the essential tasks of the board is to ensure the protection of water bodies, forests, and lands of the state. The board monitors pollution caused by emissions of untreated materials. It further promotes the reuse of trade effluents and treated effluents. The Government of India formed a board for each state to ensure uniform laws and to tackle issues that endanger the lives of living beings.
The Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) is a statutory body of the Government of Haryana in India, established to protect the environment and to control pollution in the state. It is responsible for the implementation of various environmental laws and regulations in the state. The board is headed by a Chairman, who is appointed by the Government of Haryana. The board is also responsible for issuing environmental clearances for various projects in the state.