Groups: US Steel's Indiana wastewater plan may fall short

Aug. 8, 2018
The National Parks Conservation Association and Hoosier Environmental Council say the steelmaker's wastewater treatment plan for its Midwest Plant in Portage lacks detail.

INDIANA, AUG 8, 2018 -- Two environmental groups say U.S. Steel’s revised wastewater plan for its northwestern Indiana plant could fall short of preventing another chemical spill there.

The National Parks Conservation Association and Hoosier Environmental Council say the steelmaker’s wastewater treatment plan for its Midwest Plant in Portage lacks detail and doesn’t spell out how employees will be instructed on spill prevention and response.

The conservation association urged the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Indiana Department of Environmental Management to reject the revised plan. Read more at Indiana Public Media

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