Northwestern Water & Sewer District has taken one of the first steps to improve surface water quality in the Rossford area by applying for and receiving a $15,000 low-interest loan from Ohio EPA. The loan will help the village plan the best way to replace the Colony Road pump station.
Ohio EPA has proposed rule changes governing the state’s asbestos emissions control program and will hold a public hearing to accept comments on Friday, June 7, 2013.
To kick off the beginning of recreational season at Ohio’s state park lakes, Ohio EPA launched a new web-based map application which will enable Ohioans to view real-time data regarding recreational use advisories for HABs at state park beaches, and drinking water public notices.
Through the voluntary efforts of a Cleveland property owner and developer, a brownfield in the Midtown District has been investigated and remediated under Ohio EPA’s Voluntary Action Program (VAP), and is attracting new business.
A $2.34 million interest-free Water Supply Revolving Loan Account (WSRLA) from Ohio EPA will fund a drinking water intake structure project that will provide Bellaire residents with a more reliable supply of drinking water.
Ohio EPA has issued a draft air permit for BP-Husky’s Toledo Feed Optimization construction project. Ohio EPA and Toledo Division of Environmental Services will hold a public information session and hearing on Wednesday, June 5, 2012, to explain the draft permit modification and accept public comments.
Ohio EPA has identified the first six silver award recipients for Encouraging Environmental Excellence (Ɛ3), a new program to recognize organizations committed to environmental excellence at all levels.
Ohio EPA has issued an $18.6 million loan to the city of Athens to improve its wastewater treatment plant.
Ohio EPA found the biology to be exceptional to very good at sites on select Ohio River tributaries (Island Creek, Croxton Run and Wills Creek) and 10 other sites in Jefferson and Harrison counties, according to a new biological and water quality study that Ohio EPA conducted in 2010.
Ohio EPA has issued a $427,717 low-interest loan to the Adams County Regional Water District to help construct the Sunshine Ridge waterline extension project, which will improve the drinking water quality for residents and eliminate a public health risk.