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|Quality of Hoosiers' Environment|
|% of Hoosiers that live in counties that meet air quality standards||91.00%||100%||80%||Ozone in Clark, Floyd, Greene and LaPorte Counties; Muncie Lead; Sulfur Dioxide in parts of Daviess, Marion, Morgan, Pike and Vigo Counties.|
|% of CSO Communities which eliminated or have approved programs to prevent the release of untreated sewage||98.17%||100%||90%||98+9 (107) out of 99+10 (109).
Not Gary and Hammond.
|% of Hoosiers that receive water from facilities in full compliance with safe drinking water standards||97.57%||99%||95%||Due to the implementation of the Stage2 Disinfection/Disinfectant ByProducts Rule affecting medium and small size public water systems that sell and purchase water, the maximum contaminant level (MCL) for Total Trihalomethane and Haloacetic Acid cannot be met. The MCL levels have been reduced, thus resulting in many noncompliant systems.|
|Total calendar days accumulated in issuing environmental permits, as determined by state statute|
|Compliance: Total percentage of compliance observations from regulated customers within acceptable compliance standards **|
|Continuous monitoring (COM)||99.89%||99.9%||99.0%|
** Tracks observations and not just inspections
Head count: 830 versus an OMB goal of 902, includes part time and intermittent
* Annual Savings & Efficiencies: Quarter 1 2016 has a much lower % of overhead due to credits from overcharges in Quarter 3 2015