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Indiana

48 Military Installations with Hazardous Sites in Indiana

Total Cost

$354M

Past and estimated future cost of the cleanup of hazardous sites.

Installations

48

Military installations with at least one hazardous site.

High & Medium Risk Installations

5

Military installations with at least one high or medium risk hazardous site.

High Risk

Medium Risk

Low Risk

Risk Not Evaluated or Not Required

Response Complete

Note: This map shows the locations of military installations with hazardous sites. We haven't independently confirmed the location of every installation. If you notice a facility listed at the wrong location, please contact us. The risk level of a site refers to a relative risk assessment made by the DOD to prioritize the cleanup of sites.

Military Installation Haz. Sites City or Nearby Location County Highest Risk
JEFFERSON PROVING GROUND 97 MADISON Jefferson Risk Not Evaluated or Not Required
INDIANA ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT 91 CHARLESTOWN Clark Response Complete
GRISSOM ARB 54 GRISSOM ARB Miami Risk Not Evaluated or Not Required
CRANE NSWC 48 CRANE Martin High Risk
FORT BENJAMIN HARRISON 42 LAWRENCE Marion Response Complete
NEWPORT CHEMICAL DEPOT 19 NEWPORT Vermillion Response Complete
USARC JEFFERSONVILLE 18 EVANSVILLE Vanderburgh Response Complete
HULMAN REGIONAL AIRPORT 12 TERRE HAUTE Vigo Risk Not Evaluated or Not Required
USARC SOUTH BEND (AMSA 39) 12 EVANSVILLE Vanderburgh Response Complete
FT BEN HARRISON USARC/AMSA129 10 INDIANAPOLIS Marion Response Complete
AFRC EVANSVILLE 10 EVANSVILLE Vanderburgh Response Complete
CAMP ATTERBURY 9 TUNTUTULIAK Johnson Response Complete
USARC SCOTTSBURG 9 SCOTTSBURG Scott Response Complete
FORT WAYNE 9 FORT WAYNE Allen Low Risk
JFHQ IN ARNG 8 INDIANAPOLIS Marion Medium Risk
GEORGE E. HALLIDAY USARC 8 LAFAYETTE Tippecanoe Response Complete
USARC NORTH JUDSON 7 NORTH JUDSON Starke Response Complete
ROPER R. PEDDICORD USARC 7 HOBART Lake Response Complete
CPL ROBT SHAFFER USARC 7 PERU Miami Response Complete
SGT CHARLES H. SESTON USARC 7 EDINBURGH Bartholomew Response Complete
USARC RUSHVILLE 6 EVANSVILLE Vanderburgh Response Complete
KINGSBURY ORDNANCE PLANT 6 LA PORTE La Porte High Risk
NIKE C-47 - HOBART 6 NO CITY Porter High Risk
ROBERT R. MOSELE USARC 5 TERRE HAUTE Vigo Response Complete
USARC GARY 5 GARY Lake Response Complete
PFC W. L. GILLESPIE USARC 4 FORT WAYNE Allen Response Complete
BAER AIRFIELD 4 FT WAYNE Allen Response Complete
COL KENNETH P. WILLIAMS USARC 4 BLOOMINGTON Adams Response Complete
VIGO PLANT CHEMICAL WARFARE 4 TERRE HAUTE Vigo Response Complete
NIKE C-32 - INDIANA DUNES 3 PORTER Porter High Risk
TERRE HAUTE ORDNANCE PLANT 3 TERRE HAUTE Vigo Response Complete
INDIANAPOLIS NAWC 3 INDIANAPOLIS Marion Response Complete
NIKE C-45 - GARY AIRPORT 3 GARY Lake Response Complete
NIKE C-46 - MUNSTER 2 MUNSTER Lake Response Complete
CAMP ATTERBURY 2 EDINBURG Johnson Response Complete
USARC INDIANAPOLIS 2 INDIANAPOLIS Marion Response Complete
ROCKVILLE AFS 2 ROCKVILLE Parke Response Complete
NIKE C-48 - GARY 2 GARY Lake Response Complete
RICHMOND USARC 2 RICHMOND Wayne Response Complete
CRANE ARMY AMMUNITION ACTIVITY 1 CRANE Martin Response Complete
AIR FORCE PLANT #26 1 INDIANAPOLIS Marion Response Complete
NEWPORT ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT 1 NEWPORT Vermillion Response Complete
JEFFERSONVILLE... 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Clark Response Complete
FREEMAN ARMY AIRFIELD 1 SEYMOUR Jackson Response Complete
AIR FORCE PLANT #46 1 ALEXANDRIA Madison Response Complete
COLUMBUS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 1 COLUMBUS Bartholomew Response Complete
1LT CHARLES L. WAPLES USARC 1 ANDERSON Madison Risk Not Evaluated or Not Required
AMSA 39, ST. JOSEPH CO., IN 1 SOUTH BEND St Joseph Response Complete

Update (Dec. 5, 2017): We have changed the source of the installation cost data after being notified by the Department of Defense that they erroneously reported their own cost figures on the DERP website. We are now displaying the costs the department says are the most accurate available, from the Pentagon’s DERP database that we received in a FOIA request.

Note: The risk level of a site refers to a relative risk assessment made by the DOD to prioritize the cleanup of sites.

Data: All data comes from the Defense Environmental Restoration Program and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and will be released soon at the ProPublica Data Store. Read our methodology »