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Land Quality in Indiana

The Indiana landscape is an essential part of our environment, economy, and community. We must use it properly and preserve it for future generations of Hoosiers. The Office of Land Quality (OLQ) is primarily responsible for protecting this valuable resource. To achieve its goal, OLQ enforces regulations to make sure businesses are managing waste in safe ways. This includes animal farms, which can create large amounts of manure. Additionally, OLQ regulates storage tanks to minimize the possibility and impact of any underground leaks. If the environment or public health is put at risk due to contamination, OLQ ensures that cleanups are prompt and effective.

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