Assorted cleaner air initiatives by the Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor has landed it regional recognition.
Northwest Indiana businesses working to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions were recognized for their efforts.
An assortment of programs addressing wetland restoration as well as conservation and education initiatives will be aided in their efforts through grants from NIPSCO.
NIPSCO is accepting applications for its environmental action grant to support local nonprofit organizations with environmental stewardship initiatives.
Efforts by three businesses and one Region resident to improve air quality in Northwest Indiana have landed state honors.
A total of 15 organizations working on assorted projects across Northern Indiana to benefit the environment were awarded grants from Northern Indiana Public Service Co.
NIPSCO is accepting applications for its environmental action grant to support nonprofit organizations with environmental initiatives.
Commitment to environmental stewardship lands Ports of Indiana Green Marine designation.
The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor was awarded for its voluntary actions taken in 2018 to improve air quality in Northwest Indiana.
Port representatives, including CEO Vanta Coda and Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor Port Director Ian Hirt, joined volunteers representing businesses at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor, the Wildlife Habitat Council and the U.S. Forest Service in early May to plant several dozen deciduous and coniferous trees at the port.