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 | Kevin Doyle said he began having discussions within ArcelorMittal seven years ago about steps that could be taken to have no process wastewater discharges from facilities into the Indiana Harbor and Ship Canal or Lake Michigan.
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