The city says testing revealed levels of lead in the soil ranging from 50.7 to 1530 milligrams per kilogram.
Environmentalists want more money for clean energy, public transportation and the Department of Environmental Management.
Ozone levels are expected to be in the unhealthy sensitive groups range, according to the National Weather Service.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management could fine BP up to $25,000 for each violation.
IDEM determined the Kokomo factory was violating the Clean Air Act by failing to obtain a federal permit that regulates glass manufacturers.
Better information on water quality will be obtained depending on the number of respondents.
Bill author Rep. David Wolkins has been working to pass versions of this legislation for four years.
The bill passed the Senate only after significant changes.
The city had 20 violations total for three separate projects, including the Kokomo baseball stadium.
As it stands, IDEM would report plans for stricter rules and be barred from enacting them until the General Assembly has a chance to review them.