Apparently it's OK to breathe again in Northwest Indiana. But don't make a habit of it.
A federal study shows Indiana has a lower estimated health risk from air toxins compared to many surrounding states, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management announced Friday.
Northwest Indiana air quality meets federal standards, but motorists should not expect the end of those bothersome vehicle emissions checks anytime soon.
The U.S. EPA and NIPSCO have reached a settlement involving alleged violations of the Clean Air Act that mandates the installation of $600 million in pollution control equipment at power plants and $9.5 million more for environmental projects across the region.
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