DMWM eServices

DMWM offers several electronic/web-based services as a part of continuing efforts to more efficiently and effectively service the needs of regulated facilities, health departments, solid waste management districts, and citizens.

Click on the appropriate tab below for additional information on these services.

Our facility Licensing and Registration (LR) software is a service provided in Ohio EPA’s eBusiness Center (eBIZ). eBIZ is a secure internet-based site that allows facility users to quickly and securely access services to electronically create, edit, and submit licenses, and/or registration applications. Use the LR service if you want to electronically submit licenses and/or registrations for non-hazardous waste landfills, solid waste transfer facilities, composting facilities, infectious waste treatment, scrap tire transporter, and scrap tire facilities. Health departments can use the service to electronically assign review tasks, approve applications and download invoices and licenses.

The LR service ensures faster and more accurate application filing which guarantees all information is complete and consistent. We have provided links to user guides below for detailed information about the service for targeted audiences to better assist service users.

Who do I call if I need help?

Composting, Infectious Waste Generator, Solid Waste Facility Registration 
Greg Nichols
(614) 728-5327 
 
Solid Waste Facility and C&DD Licensing, Scrap Tire Facility and Transporter Registration 
Debbie Kellough
(614) 728-5316 

How do I start using LR?

All users who need to submit data must apply for a PIN (personal identification number). This PIN represents the account holder’s legal electronic signature and is equivalent to the account holder's wet ink signature. You can apply for a PIN through the eBusiness Center. Click here for more information. Once you’ve created an eBIZ account and obtained a PIN, please review the information in the detailed user guides below.

User Guides

  • Solid waste and C&DD disposal and fee report service allows solid waste and construction and demolition debris disposal facility owners and operators and local health departments to electronically file waste disposal and fee reports required by Ohio law. Please refer to the user guide below to learn about how to use this service.
  • Solid Waste and C&DD Disposal Fee Reporting
    Brian Dearth
    (614) 728-5366
  • eBIZ Disposal Fees User Guide
  • Solid Waste Management District Annual District Report (ADR) – Submit with Re-TRAC platform. Each solid waste management district (SWMD) must submit a completed annual district report (ADR) no later than June 1st of each year.  Starting with the 2016 ADR, SWMDs now submit their ADRs online using Ohio EPA’s Re-TRAC platform. For assistance with this service, please contact Matthew Hittle, 614-728-5369, or the planner assigned to your district.
  • SWMD Quarterly Fee Reports - SWMDs or districts are required by law to submit quarterly fee reports on the collection and expenditure of SWMD funds (see Ohio Revised Code (ORC) Section 3734.575). These reports have been standardized to make the information provided by individual SWMDs comparable and accurate. Reports are to be submitted through the online reporting survey in Re-TRAC Connect. For assistance with this service, please contact Matthew Hittle, 614-728-5369, or the planner assigned to your district.
  • Composting Annual Reporting - All registered composting facilities are required to submit an annual report by February 1st for the previous calendar year.  This report can be submitted using the Re-TRAC platform. For assistance with this service, please contact Angel Arroyo-Rodriguez, (614) 728-5336.
  • Landfill & Transfer Facility Annual Report - (forthcoming)
  • Mosquito Control Grant Application Service - The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s (Ohio EPA) Mosquito Control Grant (MCG) Program is a collaborative effort between Ohio EPA and the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), which began in 2016. The MCG Program was developed to make funding available to entities responsible for implementing mosquito control measures in support of Ohio’s efforts to reduce the potential for an outbreak of mosquito-borne diseases such as Zika, West Nile, and La Cross Encephalitis. The fundable activities approved under the MCG Program will help reduce the potential for an outbreak of a mosquito-borne virus and simultaneously reduce the threat that scrap tires and scrap tire dumps pose to human health and the environment. For further assistance with this service, contact Jeff Montavon....
  • No-Fault Scrap Tire Cleanup Application (forthcoming)