Gov. Eric Holcomb appointed four new members to a board that approves grants for waste reduction and recycling programs in Indiana.
Michigan will pay $600 million to settle a lawsuit brought by thousands of Flint residents supplied with lead-tainted drinking water.
A La Porte man pleaded guilty to distributing unregistered pesticides from China to apartment tenants.
The EPA will hold a virtual public meeting about a plan to clean up contaminated soil at a former manufacturing shop on Indianapolis' Near East Side.
IDEM inspectors found “unsatisfactory” effluent sample collection and handling methods at ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor steel mill and Merrillville lab testing the samples.
A group of former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency administrators is calling for a “reset” of the agency’s course after the 2020 presidential election.
A federal court overturned a Trump administration rollback of a law protecting migratory birds and their habitats.
The Great American Outdoors Act establishes a fund for maintenance and provides permanent funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Residents have 30-days to give opinions on the remediation plan for the Pike and Mulberry Streets Superfund Site
Recent changes to one of the nation’s central environmental laws is predicted to negatively affect minorities.
Federal Appeals Court Upholds EPA Lake County Ozone Designation, Orders Redo of Porter County Designation
Court decides EPA must redo its pollution calculations for air designations in several Midwestern states, but keeps Lake County ozone “attainment” designation.
EPA, IDEM say remediation objectives met for some homes in USS Lead Superfund site, but some contamination questions remain .
The EPA has opened the 45-day public comment period for the proposed cleanup plan of an inactive power plant in Chesterton.
Three environmental groups sued the EPA for allowing IDEM and other agencies to go months and years without submitting plans for cleaning up air pollution violations.
EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler signed the agency’s first proclamation recognizing the week of June 22 as National Pollinator Week.
The EPA awarded the Indiana Finance Authority $300,000 in supplemental funding for brownfield cleanups.
Trump issues executive order allowing federal agencies to waive environmental laws to speed up federal project approvals
A new executive order will allow federal agencies to waive environmental laws to speed up federal approval for infrastructure projects.
The EPA finalized a rule that would limit the time states, tribes and the public have to object to federal permits for energy projects.
Health and environmental groups say changes to Toxic Substances Control Act will allow more companies to avoid reporting the production and importation of toxic substances.
Lawsuit claims the plan will pollute Lake Monroe and violates a federal law requiring environmental assessments of federal projects.
The bill would block the implementation of a Trump administration rule limiting the scope of bodies of water that fall under federal jurisdiction.
Terre Haute-based Hallador Energy received $10 million from a federal loan program designed to help small businesses stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An INDOT highway proposal could result in the harm of rare habitat and natural resources in the southern part of the state
From retrofitting to produce hand sanitizer to delaying an environmental investigation affecting thousands, Indiana industries have asked the state’s environmental agency for permission to skirt some legal requirements.
Industries are polluting more and getting penalized less due to reduced EPA enforcement, according to a new report.