For questions or more information about this important transition, Email Us or call (614) 466-0061.

Effective Jan. 1, 2018, the Ohio Department of Health’s asbestos program transferred to the Ohio EPA.

All asbestos-related hard copy forms, with full fee payment on a check or money order payable to "Treasurer, State of Ohio", must be mailed to Ohio EPA's Central Office

Asbestos Program 
P.O. Box 1049
Columbus, OH 43216-1049 


Asbestos Program
50 W. Town St., Suite 700
Columbus, OH 43215

The asbestos program regulates two primary areas: 

Emissions Control

The Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) 3745-20 contains regulations for controlling asbestos emissions from demolition and renovation projects. Ohio's regulations are consistent with U.S. EPA's National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) regarding asbestos. The regulations require that contractors do several things, such as provide a notification, conduct thorough inspections to determine the presence of asbestos, follow specific work practices, and ensure proper disposal of asbestos-containing material.

License, Certification and Course Management

The asbestos program licenses and certifies companies and persons directly involved with the asbestos abatement industry. OAC 3745-22 contains regulations pertaining to contractors performing asbestos removal projects, project supervisors, project designers, workers removing asbestos, persons inspecting buildings for asbestos-containing materials and developing plans to manage asbestos found in a facility, persons conducting air sampling for asbestos and the companies that provide required asbestos training. The asbestos program ensures the safety and quality of asbestos services by requiring persons to take approved training that is specific to the asbestos related activities in which they will be involved and by inspecting/auditing the activities of the program participants.

Notification of Demolition and Renovation/Abatement

  • Online Submission: Click on the “eBusiness Center” icon located at the bottom right of this page to access the online notification form. NOTE: If you submit and pay the notification fees via the online system, you do not have to follow up with a hardcopy form. Click here for eBusiness Center Quick Reference Guide on setting up an eBusiness Center account & Personal Identification Number (PIN).
  • Hard Copy Submission: (Word) (PDF) — Instructions
    NOTE: The Word version of this document is a fillable form. After clicking on the link above, you may be prompted to save the document to your computer before you can begin entering information. In most internet browsers, you may right-click on the link and select Save as... to save it directly to your computer then open the saved document through Word directly.
  • Fee payment must be included with all hard-copy forms. Use the fee worksheet (Word) (PDF) and see examples for help.
  • Annual Notification Guidance
  • Notification Delegation Process Guidance 

Waste Shipment Record

Other Resources


  • For questions or more information about completing this form, email us or call (614) 466-0061.
  • Compliance and enforcement questions should be directed to the appropriate contact below:

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Asbestos Contact List

Main Office
Central Office (CO) Mark Needham
(614) 466-0061
(614) 564-2481 (fax)
Division of Air Pollution Control, Ohio EPA
P.O. Box 1049
Columbus, OH 43216-1049


District Offices
Central District Office (CDO) Richard Fowler
(614) 995-0671
(614) 728-3898 (fax) 

Central District Office
P.O. Box 1049
Columbus, OH 43216-1049

Northeast District Office (NEDO) Misty Whitmyer
(330) 963-1260
(330) 487-0769 (fax) 
Northeast District Office
2110 E. Aurora Road 
Twinsburg, OH 44087
Northwest District Office (NWDO) Josh Clifton
(419) 373-3058
(419) 352-8468 (fax) 
Northwest District Office
347 N. Dunbridge Road 
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Southeast District Office (SEDO) Jessica Kuenzli
(740) 380-5297
(740) 385-6490 (fax) 
Southeast District Office
2195 Front St.                         
Logan, OH 43138


Local Air Agencies
Akron Julie Brown
(330) 926-5625
(330) 375-2402 (fax) 
Akron Regional Air Quality Management
1867 W. Market St.
Akron, OH 44313
Canton Jaclyn Hupp
(330) 489-3385
(330) 489-3335 (fax) 
Canton City Public Health
Air Pollution Control Division

420 Market Ave., North
Canton, OH 44702-1544
Cincinnati/SOAQA Dawn Mays
(513) 946-7777
(513) 946-7778 (fax) 
Southwest Ohio Air Quality Agency
Air Quality Programs

250 William Howard Taft Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45219

Valencia S. White

(216) 664-2953

(216) 420-8047 (fax)

Department of Public Health
Division of Air Quality
75 Erieview Plaza, 2nd Floor
Cleveland, OH 44114
Lake County Bert Mechenbier
(440) 350-2543
(440) 350-2548 (fax) 
Lake County General Health District
Air Pollution Control

5966 Heisley Rd                        
Mentor, OH 44060
Portsmouth Matt Freeman
(740) 353-5156 ext. 289
(740) 353-3638 (fax) 
Portsmouth City Health Department
Air Pollution Unit

605 Washington St., Third Floor
Portsmouth, OH 45662
Regional Air Pollution Control Agency (RAPCA) Sarah Gessner
(937) 225-5947
(937) 225-3486 (fax) 
Montgomery County Health Dept

117 S. Main St.
Dayton, OH 45422
Toledo Rob Guisinger
(419) 936-3974
(419) 936-3959 (fax) 
City of Toledo
Division of Environmental Services

348 S. Erie St.
Toledo, OH 43602

Forms on this tab should be used only if postmarked after 12/21/17

Online application is preferred

Ohio EPA has partnered with the Ohio Department of Health for electronic processing of applications. Click here to begin

New Ohio EPA asbestos licensing database coming July 2019. This database will replace the current ODH database for all license and certification applications. During this transition there will be a one-week period in July where submission of online applications will not be possible. However, paper applications (links below) along with associated documents and fees can still be mailed to Ohio EPA.  Please plan accordingly. We hope to have this message updated with exact dates of the unavailability by the end of June


  • Asbestos Certification Application (Word) (PDF)
  • Request for Replacement of Asbestos Certification (Word) (PDF)


  • Asbestos Contractor Licensure Application (Word) (PDF)


For questions or more information about completing these forms, email us or call (614) 644-0226.

Forms on this tab should be used only if postmarked after 12/21/17

Online application and training notification is preferred

Until summer 2018, Ohio EPA has partnered with the Ohio Department of Health for electronic processing of applications and training notification. Until summer 2018, Ohio EPA has partnered with the Ohio Department of Health for electronic processing of applications and training notification. Click here to begin your application. Click here to begin your training notification.

  • Prior Notification of Asbestos Training Course (Word) (PDF)
  • Asbestos Training Course Instructor Application (Word) (PDF)
  • Asbestos Training Program Application (Word) (PDF)


  • Fact Sheet
  • Webinars:
    • December 6, 2017 – Asbestos Program Merger (Video) (PowerPoint)
    • December 13, 2017 – Hardcopy Notification Form (Video)
    • February 13, 2018 (AM Session) – Online Notification Form (Video)
    • February 13, 2018 (PM Session) – Online Notification Form (Video)


Other Resources

Web Links

The information below will help you during the transition of the asbestos program from the Ohio Department of Health to Ohio EPA. For more general information, including frequently asked questions and answers go to our Customer Support Center

On the asbestos notification form, what is a company?

A company as identified on the Asbestos Notification Form Section 1 means any organization, business, corporation, establishment, agency, office, institution, etc… other than an individual. This is used by Ohio EPA in order to establish the type of entity that is being regulated.

Important Transition Dates

July 2019

Online Applications and Training Notifications

The transition of online applications and training notifications to the Ohio EPA’s eBusiness Center is scheduled for July 2019.  Exact dates of transition will be posted within next few weeks.


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