U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt authorized $1.7 million for soil removal at more than 25 homes.
A federal agency has begun removing lead- and arsenic-tainted soils from the former site of a battery retail store in Indianapolis.
U.S. Steel promises to take steps to improve its wastewater processing monitoring system to resolve alleged violations of the Clean Water Act and Indiana law.
The complex was built on the site of a former lead smelter.
As Great Lakes advocates lobby Congress this week, a new report details how the federal government and states plan to fight algae blooms in Lake Erie.
Trump's proposed 2019 budget for the Environmental Protection Agency released Monday would cut Great Lakes restoration funding by 90 percent.
The EPA says the estimated cost of cleaning up lead and arsenic in a northwestern Indiana city has ballooned to nearly four times initial estimates.
Lead-contaminated neighborhoods in a northwestern Indiana city have been placed on a national priority list for accelerated cleanup work.
A spill in October came after the steelmaker dumped more than 300 pounds of the chemical into the waterway in April.
Cleanup of the 440-acre East Chicago site will focus on removing tainted material from a solid waste landfill and other property, and treating ground water.
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