Haryana has received the highest state award on 02 October 2018 under 'Clean Survey Rural -2018' for outstanding achievements in the field of cleanliness. Chief Minister Manohar Lal received the award from Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a prize distribution ceremony organized by the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation in the cultural centre of Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.
Under the Clean Survey of Rural-2011, six districts of the country, who received the highest status award in the field of cleanliness, included three districts of Haryana, Gurgaon, Karnal and Rewadi. Union Drinking Water and Sanitation Minister Uma Bharti has given the highest district category award to the above three districts of Haryana.
Under the Swachh Bharat Mission, all the rural areas of the state of Haryana have been discharged from open till June 2017. All the urban areas of the state are also open in the open till October 2017.
By 2019, the goal of setting up of solid and liquid waste management units in all the villages of Haryana has been set.
A total of 631 solid waste management unit projects and total 414 liquid waste management units have been completed in the Solid and Liquid Waste Management Unit projects approved for 1360 villages in Haryana.
Under Urban Solid, Waste Management Schemes of Haryana, all urban local bodies of the state have been divided into 14 clusters.