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Nine years after city and state environmental officials ordered it removed and six years after a judge did the same a huge pile of foundry sand still looms over houses in Anne Holys neighborhood. The sand is not considered toxic, but it washes onto
Three environmental groups are pressing the Environmental Protection Agency to either assume oversight of Indiana's water pollution control program or order the state to correct "serious" permitting deficiencies the groups say are allowing coal mines
Ind. (AP) The Indiana Department of Environmental Management has completed its assessment of air pollution in northwestern Indiana's highly industrialized and heavily traveled Lake and Porter counties. The agency says it will release the findings of
Italy's Northern League demanded the resignation of sports minister Josefa Idem Wednesday over news reports suggesting she evaded taxes. The League presented a motion of no confidence in Idem, who is also minister of equal opportunities, referring as
State environmental regulators improperly changed state rules to allow Indiana ethanol refineries to release an extra 150 tons of air pollutants per year, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday. Office of Environmental Adjudication sided with the
Deep River-Portage Burns Watershed in Lake and Porter counties...The second at 6 p.m. at the Portage Lakefront and Riverwalk, Riverwalk Drive, in Portage...Water quality can be impacted by nonpoint source pollution and point source pollution.
Enbridge Energys new pipeline project, which will traverse the northern half of Porter County. That statement was released on Monday by Save the Dunes, HEC, the National Wildlife Federation, the Indiana Wildlife Federation, the Porter County Chapter
If you want to find out what's on the agenda at the state's air-quality board meetings or learn how state officials plan to enforce the latest EPA edict, you may soon have to visit the Indiana Department of Environmental Management's website...
Ind. (AP) A settlement that requires one of the nations largest steel mills to clean up more than 3 million tons of waste and test the soil for toxins is being hailed as a victory by environmentalists, but they say the two-year fight that led to the
Department of Natural Resources conservation officer informed the Highway Department that its activities were in violation of Indiana water pollution control laws and regulations...Sneed did not specify which of the Highway Departments activities are