June 11, 2012 Defense Supply Point Property Cleared for Continued Use
Another local brownfield has been investigated and remediated through Ohio EPA’s Voluntary Action Program (VAP), thanks to the voluntary efforts of the Greater Cincinnati Asset Terminal 3.
June 8, 2012 Ohio EPA Awards MORPC More Than $26,000 Environmental Education Grant
Ohio EPA has awarded an environmental education general grant worth $26,608 to the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) for a project called “Balancing Growth and Conservation.”
June 6, 2012 Ohio EPA Awards Environmental Education Grant of More Than $23,000 to New Philadelphia City Schools
Ohio EPA has awarded an environmental education general grant worth $23,259 to New Philadelphia High School for a project to benefit students in Stark and Tuscarawas counties.
June 6, 2012 Ohio EPA Awards Nearly $100,000 in Environmental Education Grants to Franklin County Organizations
Ohio EPA has awarded two environmental education general grants worth nearly $100,000 to the Friends of the Lower Olentangy Watershed (FLOW) and Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD).
June 6, 2012 Fourth Time Winner of Governor’s Awards for Excellence in Environmental Protection Research
A recipient of the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Environmental Protection Research at this year’s high school Science Day is a four-time winner.
June 5, 2012 Ohio EPA Conducting Water Quality Study in Black River Watershed
June 5, 2012 SENATE BILL 294: OHIO EPA OMNIBUS REGULATORY REFORM Summary & Key Provisions
To further efforts to make Ohio a leader in environmental and business assistance initiatives, Ohio EPA worked under the direction of Gov. John R. Kasich and the Ohio General Assembly to create an Ohio EPA Omnibus Bill that gives job creators and environmental leaders more common sense solutions to the issues they face. These initiatives, in addition to the Agency's day-to-day work, provide Ohio EPA customers with the efficient service they deserve.
June 4, 2012 Ohio EPA Awards Environmental Education Grants to Three Cuyahoga County Organizations
Ohio EPA has awarded more than $78,000 in environmental education grants to three Cuyahoga County organizations.
June 4, 2012 Ohio EPA Awards Environmental Education Grant to Mahoning County Neighborhood Development Organizati
A group working to revitalize Youngstown neighborhoods now has an opportunity to showcase vacant land reuse strategies thanks to a $15,550 grant from Ohio EPA’s Environmental Education Fund (OEEF).
June 4, 2012 Ohio EPA Awards $42,358 Environmental Education Grant to Darke County Organization
More than 110 teachers and 1,500 high school students from seven counties will benefit from an Ohio EPA grant to the Darke County Educational Service Center.
June 4, 2012 Ohio EPA Will Conduct Water Quality Sampling in East Fork Little Miami Watershed
Ohio EPA will collect water quality and biological samples in the East Fork Little Miami watershed to gather information that will be part of a plan to maintain and, where necessary, restore water quality of the river and its tributaries.
May 31, 2012 Ohio EPA Awards $3,500 Environmental Education Mini Grant to Athens County Consortium
Ohio EPA has awarded a $3,500 environmental education mini grant to the Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education in Athens County.
May 31, 2012 Ohio EPA Awards $5,000 Environmental Education Mini Grant for Lawrence Co. Native Plant Landscaping
Ohio EPA has awarded a $5,000 environmental education mini grant to Ironton in Bloom Inc. to help pay for a native plant landscaping project at the St. Mary's Medical Campus in Lawrence County.
May 31, 2012 Ohio EPA Awards $4,991 Environmental Education Mini Grant To Statewide Organization
Ohio EPA has awarded a $4,991 to Three Scale Research, Inc. to develop an online interactive educational wetlands map for fifth grade students.
May 31, 2012 Ohio EPA Awards Environmental Education Mini Grant Worth Nearly $4,200 to Columbus Middle School
Ohio EPA has awarded a $4,183 environmental education mini grant to a Columbus City Schools’ Hilltonia Middle School, to help pay for a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) pilot project.