The Indiana Department of Health Weights and Measures Program plays an important role in commerce regulation by ensuring consumer goods are weighed and measured correctly. Program inspectors test a variety of weighing and measuring devices, including scales in grocery stores, grain elevators and pawn shops, gas pumps, propane meters and more to ensure accuracy. The Weights and Measures Program is a neutral third party that looks out for both the buyer and seller, making every marketplace transaction fair and equitable.
Reporting a Complaint
To file a complaint, please select an online complaint form below:
When you make a complaint, please include:
- When and where the purchase was made, including the date, time and address.
- A clear explanation of the complaint, whether it has to do with price verification, fuel quality or the quantity of fuel received.
|Indiana Department of Health
Division of Weights and Measures
2525 N Shadeland Avenue, D3
Indianapolis, IN 46219-1770
(317) 356-7078, Option 3
(317) 351-2877 [Fax]