August 17, 2017
Northwestern Water, Sewer District Replacing Water Lines; Receiving Financing from Ohio EPA
The Northwestern Water and Sewer District in Bowling Green will use an Ohio EPA loan to replace a water line along Curtice Road in Northwood.

August 16, 2017
Woodville Improving Drinking Water Treatment with Financing from Ohio EPA
The village of Woodville will use an Ohio EPA loan to design improvements to operations at the village water treatment plant, ensuring a safer water supply and efficient treatment for the future.

July 28, 2017
Georgetown Replacing Water Lines; Receiving Financing from Ohio EPA
The village of Georgetown will use an Ohio EPA loan to fund the replacement of aging and deteriorating water lines and increase flow and improve drinking water quality in the village.

May 16, 2017
Ohio EPA Releases Draft 2018 Drinking Water Assistance Program Management Plan
Ohio EPA will hold two public hearings on Friday, June 16, 2017, to accept public comments on the draft 2018 Program Management Plan for the Drinking Water Assistance Fund (DWAF). The fund provides financial and technical assistance for a variety of projects that help improve or protect the quality of Ohio's drinking water.

April 6, 2017
Geneva to Improve Drinking Water System with Financing from Ohio EPA
Geneva has received a low-interest loan of nearly $606,000 from Ohio EPA to repair deteriorating water lines that have a history of breaks and water loss in the distribution system.

March 28, 2017
DeGraff Designing New Drinking Water Plant, Well; Receiving Financing from Ohio EPA
The village of DeGraff is designing a new drinking water treatment plant and a new well with help from a low-interest loan from Ohio EPA.

March 22, 2017
Belle Center Building New Water Tank; Receiving Funding from Ohio EPA
Belle Center is replacing its aging elevated water tank with a new 150,000-gallon tower with help from an Ohio EPA loan.

March 21, 2017
Hamilton Replacing River Road Water Main; Receiving Financing from Ohio EPA
The city of Hamilton is replacing the River Road water main with help from an Ohio EPA loan.

March 20, 2017
Northwestern Water & Sewer District Inspecting Water Lines
To ensure drinking water service reliability and quality, the Northwestern Water and Sewer District in Wood County plans to evaluate several miles of pipe with help from an Ohio EPA loan.

March 20, 2017
Toledo to Remove Unauthorized Sewer Connections Through Ohio EPA Financing
The city of Toledo will receive a loan from Ohio EPA to locate and remove unauthorized sanitary sewer connections in the Lockwood DeVilbiss and New York Avenue areas. The project is part of the city’s 20-year Toledo Waterways Initiative to reduce or eliminate combined sewer overflows.

February 3, 2017
Columbus to Improve Drinking Water System in Brentwood Neighborhood; Receiving Funding from Ohio EPA
Columbus drinking water customers will have a more reliable water system in the Shattuck Avenue area with help from a low-interest loan from Ohio EPA.

January 26, 2017
Ohio EPA Offering Low Interest Loans to Finance Drinking Water Projects; March 1 Deadline for Upcoming Program Year
Ohio EPA is accepting applications for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements in communities across Ohio until March 1, 2017.

December 8, 2016
Mahoning Valley to Improve Water Distribution System; Receives Financing from Ohio EPA
The Mahoning Valley Sanitary District has obtained a $6.36 million low-interest loan from Ohio EPA to assist in replacing of distribution valves and transmission mains.

October 19, 2016
Adams County Regional Water District to Improve Drinking Water System; Receiving Funding from Ohio EPA
Adams County will be upgrading its drinking water delivery system, in part, with help from an Ohio EPA loan. The project will install a 75,000-gallon elevated water storage tank, piping, valves and hydrants. Most of the funding for this approximately $524,000 project came from two $250,000 grants from the Ohio Public Works Commission and the Appalachian Regional Commission respectively. Ohio EPA provided a low-interest loan of $23,716 for the balance.

October 17, 2016
Toledo to Improve Wastewater Treatment and Protect High-Quality Wetlands; Receives Financing from Ohio EPA
Toledo will improve water quality in the Maumee River when the city installs an underground storage pipeline and basin to help minimize the effects of combined sewer overflows via its E3 International Park Storage Pipeline project. The project will be paid for in part through a $26.2 million low-interest loan from Ohio EPA’s Water Pollution Control Loan Fund.

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