Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM)

Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM)

Environmental protection in Indiana has come a long way since 1986, when the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) was established. Since then, IDEM has grown to a staff of 900, and employs some of Indiana`s most qualified engineers, scientists and environmental project managers specializing in air, land, pollution prevention and water quality issues. Our staff members work hard to provide quality environmental oversight and technical assistance in your community and around the state. Whether you`re a business owner, consultant, student, farmer, teacher or parent, IDEM is here to help you.

Company details

100 N. Senate Ave, MC64-00 IGCS W041 , Indianapolis , IN 46204 USA

Locations Served

Business Type:
Government agency
Industry Type:
Environmental
Market Focus:
Locally (one state or province)

IDEM's Mission Statement

IDEM's mission is to implement federal and state regulations to protect human health and the environment while allowing the environmentally sound operations of industrial, agricultural, commercial and government activities vital to a prosperous economy.

Environmental protection in Indiana has come a long way since 1986, when IDEM was established. Since then, IDEM has grown to a staff of 900, and employs some of Indiana's most qualified engineers, scientists and environmental project managers specializing in air, land, pollution prevention and water quality issues.

 

IDEM is primarily organized into five main offices: Air Quality, Land Quality, Water Quality, Compliance Support and Chief of Staff. The Office of Compliance Support is broken down into the offices of: Planning and Assessment; Pollution Prevention and Technical Assistance; Training and Safety and four Regional Offices (Northern, Northwest, Southwest and Southeast). The Chief of Staff’s Office includes Media Relations; Communication Services; Finance Division; Legal Counsel and Criminal Investigations; Human Resources; Business and Legislative Relations; and Agricultural Relations.