This week’s podcast interview is with Bruno Pigott, the Commissioner of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, where he give us the State of Union on the Environmental initiatives and future priorities for IDEM in 2021. In episode 2 of this series, we talk about Stormwater Management initiatives, statewide PFAS water sampling programs, Curbside Recycling, and how IDEM managed environmental compliance during the COVID crisis. You will not want to miss this informative episode. So check it out!
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Bruno Pigott has worked at the Indiana Department of Environmental Management
(IDEM) since 2000 and in 2017 was appointed as commissioner by Governor Holcomb. Mr. Pigott served as chief of staff from August 2015 through December 2016. From April 2005 through August 2015, he worked as the assistant commissioner in the Office of Water Quality. Prior to 2005, Mr. Pigott served in a number of different positions in the Office of Water Quality, including chief of the Permits Branch, the Compliance Branch, and the State Revolving Fund Section. He received his master’s degree from Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs and his bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University.