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SOUTH HAVEN | South Haven Water Works Inc. has agreed to pay $254,250 to settle violations of its consent decree with the Environmental Protection Agency, federal court records state.
CHICAGO | A man was linked to thefts from the Environmental Protection Agency's Chicago office after calling a help line for the manufacturer of a stolen laptop, police said.
GARY | A diverse group of partners gathered Tuesday to announce a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to develop green stormwater management practices in Marquette Park.
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The Indiana Association of Manufacturers said Tuesday that Indiana companies will have to spend $7.3 billion on upfront capital expenditures and $1.2 billion annually to comply with three proposed federal environmental rules impacting air emissions, water use and the disposal of coal ash.
HAMMOND | Leaders from the BP Whiting Refinery and two environmental justice groups said Thursday they reached a deal to expand pollutant monitoring provisions beyond the requirements from a consent decree filed in federal court earlier this year.
PORTAGE | The National Park Service will host a public meeting Oct. 23 on a plan to restore eroding beaches at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. The meeting will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. at Woodland Park, 2100 Willowcreek Road.
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INDIANAPOLIS | The commissioner of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management is reaching out to Hoosier members of Congress trying to overturn a ruling that Northwest Indiana's air quality does not meet federal standards.
HAMMOND | U.S. Steel Corp. has been hit with a federal lawsuit claiming the company violated the Clean Air Act at three Midwest facilities -- including Gary Works.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will be hosting a public information meeting July 25 on the U.S. Smelter & Lead Refinery Superfund site in East Chicago.
EAST CHICAGO | Long-delayed dredging of the Indiana Harbor and Ship Canal might start in September if federal officials approve an agreement for funding from a local steelmaker.
INDIANAPOLIS | A dispute over Northwest Indiana's air quality may become grounds for a lawsuit between the state's environmental department and the federal government.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency defended its decision Monday for last week's decision to name Lake and Porter counties as areas not in attainment of federal ozone standards.
Lake and Porter counties are among those not complying with a federal ozone standard, and Indiana will have to develop a plan to meet the air quality rule by 2015.
The agreement BP reached to pay $400 million to upgrade its environmental controls at its Whiting Refinery is a winner for all sides.
The Coast Guard updated its ballast water management rules by now allowing a certain concentration of living organisms in ballast water discharged from ships in U.S. waters.
Scientists from Purdue University Calumet and Argonne National Laboratory did a good job of studying the available technologies to prove that BP can indeed keep mercury out of Lake Michigan, easily complying with the Great Lakes Initiative standards.
GARY | The Steel City and Duluth, Minn., share similar challenges, including the loss of industry, population declines and aging infrastructure.
EAST CHICAGO | Environmental cleanup at Roxana Marsh and an adjacent stretch of the Grand Calumet River remains on schedule with native trees and other vegetation set to be reintroduced this summer, project officials said Wednesday.
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