IDEM urges consumers to recycle old smartphones
Earlier this week, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management took to its Twitter page to encourage Hoosiers to recycle their old smartphones through the Indiana E-Cycle program.
EPA’s Cross-state Pollution Rules Under Fire
EPA may rewrite a 2018 rule update after court says agency is legally obligated to protect downwind states from heavy pollution states like Indiana
EPA awards nearly $900,000 to Purdue University for PFAS research
Purdue University will receive just under $1 million in grant money from the Environmental Protection Agency for research on reducing a group of synthetic chemicals in drinking water.
This week is Pollution Prevention Week in Indiana
Portion of Trump’s border wall to disturb federally protected areas
Three federally-protected national conservation areas in the southwestern U.S. face negative environmental consequences from the Trump administration’s border wall expansion.
Indiana Attorney General Files Motion Supporting Trump Energy Rule
The Affordable Clean Energy rule is expected to increase air pollution, resulting in more premature deaths.
EPA Rolls Back Federal Clean Water Protections
Toxic PFAS chemicals found in schools
Toxic per- and polyfluoroalkyl, or PFAS, chemicals have been found in the drinking water of several schools in Stow, Massachusetts, about 21 miles west of Boston.
EPA Proposes Elimination of Rule Limiting Methane Emissions
Rule would benefit oil and gas industries while allowing the release of a greenhouse gas 25 times more potent than carbon dioxide