January 9, 2019 Ohio EPA Awards Diesel Emission Reduction Grants
The Ohio Diesel Emissions Reduction Grant (DERG) Program has awarded eight grants totaling more than $8 million for replacing 26 aging diesel transit buses with newer, cleaner diesel technology or alternative fuel technology. Nine of the new buses will be electric, eight will be powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) and nine powered by new cleaner diesel technology.
January 7, 2019 Ohio EPA Offering Nearly $3 Million Total in Grants for Nonpoint Source Reduction
Ohio EPA is requesting proposals for implementation projects to reduce nonpoint source pollutants, such as nutrients, sediment and bacteria; improve stream and riparian habitat; or reverse the impacts of stream hydromodification. Nearly $3 million in grants is expected to be available.
October 23, 2018 Ohio EPA Announces $15 Million in First Round ‘VW Settlement Grants’ to Improve Air Quality
Ohio EPA has selected 21 VW Mitigation Grant recipients for projects geared toward reducing nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions from diesel vehicles and equipment. NOx emissions are significant contributors to ground-level ozone pollution. This first round of funding from Ohio’s portion of the national Volkswagen settlement directs $15 million toward replacing diesel engines in the state’s counties that presently do not meet federal air quality standards for ozone.
October 9, 2018 Two Ohio Universities to Receive Grants to Study Dredged Material Ag Uses
The Ohio Lake Erie Commission has awarded two Lake Erie Protection Fund Grants of $50,000 each, which are geared toward the beneficial use of dredged material.
September 25, 2018 Six Organizations Receive Ohio EPA Education Grants
Six Ohio organizations are receiving Ohio EPA Environmental Education mini grants for projects focused on habitat restoration, storm water management and environmental careers. Six mini grants are being awarded statewide for a total of $27,009.
August 17, 2018 Ohio EPA Grant to Assist Winona Residents with Drinking Water Wells; Community Water System Slated for Decommission
Ohio EPA is giving a $220,000 grant to the Columbiana County Health District to assist homeowners in Winona with the installation of private wells. The community’s water system, which has had ongoing, expensive maintenance issues, will permanently cease operations later this year.
June 23, 2018 Ohio EPA Announces New Lead Curtain Project at Cardinal Shooting Center
Ohio EPA Director Craig Butler recently announced a pilot project at the Cardinal Shooting Center and Campground (CSCC) in Marengo to install the first lead curtain abatement system in Ohio.
June 14, 2018 Ohio EPA Schedules Webinars, Information Session for Volkswagen Settlement Grants
Ohio EPA is inviting prospective Volkswagen Settlement grant applicants to participate in webinars and a public information session on how to apply for grants to replace or repower aging diesel fleet vehicles, including school, transit and shuttle buses, medium and heavy-duty trucks, switcher locomotives, tug boats, ferries, and cargo handling equipment in airports, ports and intermodal facilities.
June 5, 2018 Franklin, Madison County Organizations Receive Ohio EPA Education Grants
The Franklin County Drainage Engineer and Madison Soil and Water Conservation District are receiving Ohio EPA Environmental Education mini grants for projects focused on storm water and water quality issues. Eight mini grants are being awarded statewide for a total of $27,433.
June 5, 2018 Northern Ohio Organizations Receive Ohio EPA Education Grants
Three northern Ohio organizations are receiving Ohio EPA Environmental Education mini grants for diverse projects focused on storm water control, butterfly habitat and the benefits of electric automobiles. Eight mini grants are being awarded statewide for a total of $27,433.
June 5, 2018 Southwest Ohio Organizations Receive Ohio EPA Education Grants
Greene Soil and Water Conservation District and Clean Fuels Ohio have been awarded Ohio EPA environmental education mini grants. Eight mini grants are being awarded statewide for a total of $27,433.
June 1, 2018 Hancock, Wyandot County Organizations Receive Ohio EPA Education Grants
Water is an important natural resource and affects Ohio’s environment, public health and economy. Two Ohio EPA environmental education mini grants will help local organizations teach students and adults about the vital role of water for all Ohioans.
June 1, 2018 Ohio EPA Awards Environmental Education Grant To Hamilton County Agency
The Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District will use a storm sewer retrofit project in Bechtold Park to help public officials learn about more effective storm water management technologies. The project is supported by a $49,513 Ohio EPA Environmental Education grant. It is one of four grant recipients statewide totaling $168,458.
May 30, 2018 Ohio EPA Awards Environmental Education Grant to Hancock County Agency
The Ohio State University Extension Office in Hancock County will use a $38,500 Ohio EPA Environmental Education grant to educate farmers about the environmentally preferable method of incorporating liquid manure to fertilize growing crops. It is one of four grant recipients statewide totaling $168,458.
May 30, 2018 Ohio EPA Awards Environmental Education Grant To Support Summit County Organization
Summit County high school students will learn about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers, including careers in environmental fields and the National Park Service with assistance from a $44,972 Ohio EPA Environmental Education grant.