Indiana Code Title 13. Environment

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  • Article 1. Air and Water Pollution Control
  • Article 2. Water Rights and Resources
  • Article 3. Soil and Water Conservation
  • Article 4. Soil and Minerals
  • Article 4.1. Surface Coal Mining and Reclamation
  • Article 5. Interstate Agreements
  • Article 6. Environmental Legal Actions
  • Article 7. Environmental Management
  • Article 8. Oil and Gas
  • Article 9. Industrial Pollution Prevention and Safe Materials
  • Article 9.5. Solid Waste Management
  • Article 10. Voluntary Compliance Program
  • Article 11. Definitions
  • Article 12. General Provisions
  • Article 13. Department of Environmental Management
  • Article 14. Powers and Duties of Department of Environmental Management and Boards
  • Article 15. Permits Generally
  • Article 16. Fees Generally
  • Article 17. Air Pollution Control
  • Article 18. Water Pollution Control
  • Article 19. Solid Waste and Hazardous Waste Management Generally
  • Article 20. Solid Waste Management
  • Article 20.5. Electronic Waste
  • Article 21. Solid Waste Management Districts
  • Article 22. Hazardous Waste Management
  • Article 23. Underground Storage Tanks
  • Article 24. Petroleum
  • Article 25. Hazardous Substances
  • Article 26. Regional Water, Sewage, and Solid Waste Districts
  • Article 27. Industrial Pollution Prevention and Safe Materials
  • Article 28. Technical Assistance and Voluntary Compliance
  • Article 29. Interstate Compacts
  • Article 30. Enforcement and Legal Actions

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