A consumer advocate group is urging the state to deny Vectren’s proposal to build a $780 million natural gas plant. The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor says Vectren needs to explore all its options.
The two-day event brought experts together to take a closer look at how Indiana can protect its water resources.
East Chicago residents found out at a public meeting Thursday night some lead lines are only getting partially replaced leaving those residents still at risk.
Among Midwest states, Indiana has the second highest percentage of clean energy jobs in its workforce (2.7 percent) and ranks second in wind energy employment.
The state is moving forward with plans to stop posting air pollution notices in newspapers, despite opposition. The notices let people know if someone has applied for a permit to put contamination into the air.
President Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the Superfund program says he’ll recuse himself from sites contaminated by his former employer DowDuPont — eleven of which are in Indiana.
Rare child cancers in Franklin are getting more attention as a result of chemical testing. But state agencies expressed doubt at the validity of that testing at a community listening session on Friday.
The Environmental Protection Agency is making good on plans to halt Obama-era fuel economy standards. It announced a new proposal Thursday that claims to prioritize safety over fuel efficiency.
China isn’t going to take trash from the U.S. anymore, and it will no longer import contaminated recycling. Hoosiers are searching for ways to prevent potential recyclables from ending up in a landfill.
A company tested the Franklin Community Schools properties for cancer-causing chemicals that some think could be contributing to high child cancer rates in the area.