A new lawsuit is the first to single out DuPont and Atlantic Richfield, two chemical companies that have taken on legally responsibility for the hazards.
A Superfund is a site designation by the EPA to receive state and federal money to clean up hazardous waste that poses a threat to public health.
The Clean Power Plan would require power plants nationwide to reduce carbon emissions by 30 percent by 2030.
Thirty years after officials found high levels of lead and arsenic at an East Chicago lead smelting plant, clean-up has begun. Why did it take so long?
The EPA says it will begin removing lead-tainted soil later this month from as many as 100 homes around the site of an old industrial smelter.
EPA plans to begin removing in late September about two feet of lead-contaminated soil from residential yards in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood.
The Environmental Protection Agency identified Rockport as the sixth largest carbon polluter nationally in 2014.
The Environmental Protection Agency proposed increasing the amount of biofuel in gas, meaning more Indiana-produced ethanol will find it’s way into cars.
The nearly two mile, $4.4 million earthen berm acts as a physical barrier, preventing Asian carp from jumping out into the Great Lakes Basin.
Coal-fired power plants in Indiana are balancing federal demands with business pressures in a number of ways.