POSTED 17 January 2019

Indiana extends Opus’ contract for four more years

The State of Indiana has extended Opus’ contract to manage the Clean Air Car Check vehicle emission testing program in Northwest Indiana for another four years until the end of 2022.

Opus has been testing emissions in Indiana for over 20 years. Now, the state’s Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) has signed a contract with Opus to extend our work again, with scope for a further extension through 2026.

The Clean Air Car Check tests the emissions of up to 220,000 vehicles a year in Lake and Porter counties at seven stations – and also screens vehicles for evaporative leaks using Opus’ remote sensing technology.

Sandra Y. McCulloch, Opus President for the U.S. and Asia and Opus Inspection, Inc. CEO, said, “Opus is proud to have contributed to clean air in Indiana since 1997 by identifying the most polluting vehicles. We are delighted to continue offering emission testing for the citizens of Indiana for years to come.”

Read the press release here.

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