August 25, 2017 Ohio EPA Holding Sept. 6 Hearing to Discuss Proposed Changes to Emergency Response Commission Rules
Ohio EPA will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017, regarding rule changes related to the State Emergency Response Commission (SERC).
August 24, 2017 Honda Research and Development Americas, Inc. Receives Ohio EPA’s Gold Environmental Award
Ohio EPA Director Craig W. Butler visited Honda Research and Development (R&D) Americas, Inc. facility today to recognize the auto maker for reaching the gold standard of environmental excellence and stewardship through the Ohio EPA E3 program.
August 18, 2017 Williams County Village Eliminating Sewer Overflows; Receives Financing from Ohio EPA
Montpelier is receiving a loan from Ohio EPA to continue separating the village’s wastewater and storm sewers, a continuing project that will eliminate combined sewer overflows by the end of 2026. Montpelier’s project is one of 25 projects statewide that received funding in July, totaling $475 million, a one-month record for the loan programs.
August 18, 2017 Upper Sandusky Eliminating Sewer Overflows; Receives Financing from Ohio EPA
Upper Sandusky is receiving an interest-free loan from Ohio EPA to plan an upgrade to its wastewater treatment plant to treat additional wet weather flows and eliminate discharges of sanitary sewage mixed with storm water. The city’s project is one of 25 projects statewide that received funding in July, totaling $475 million, a one-month record for the loan programs.
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 17, 2017 Oregon Project Reducing Storm Water in Sanitary Sewer; Receives Financing from Ohio EPA
The city of Oregon is receiving a loan from Ohio EPA to reduce storm water infiltration and inflow into the city’s sanitary sewer, eliminating sanitary sewer overflows and improving water quality in Maumee Bay.
August 17, 2017 Delphos Improving Wastewater Treatment Plant; Receives Financing from Ohio EPA
The city of Delphos is receiving an interest-free loan from Ohio EPA to improve influent screening at its wastewater treatment plant.
August 16, 2017 Hicksville Improving Wastewater Treatment; Receives Financing from Ohio EPA
The village of Hicksville is receiving a principal forgiveness loan from Ohio EPA to reduce storm water infiltration into a combined sewer. This will improve the efficiency of the wastewater treatment plant, reduce combined sewer overflows and improve water quality in Mill Creek.
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.
August 14, 2017 Ohio EPA Taking Public Comments on Proposed Water Quality Standards
Ohio EPA will hold a public hearing on Aug. 23, 2017, to take comments on proposed water quality standards, which include criteria that would cover pesticides, dredged material and E. coli.
August 11, 2017 Ashland County Property Receives Environmental Covenant Under Ohio EPA’s Voluntary Action Program
MCI Service Parts, Inc. has received a covenant not to sue under Ohio EPA’s Voluntary Action Program (VAP) after the company investigated and remediated the former Grumman-Flxible property in Loudonville.
August 10, 2017 Ohio EPA Schedules Meeting to Discuss Monroeville Permit Request
A request to adjust the mercury levels allowed in the Monroeville wastewater discharge permit will be the topic of a Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017, Ohio EPA public meeting. An information session will begin at 6 p.m., followed by a public hearing at the Huron River Joint Fire District station, 155 Monroe St., Monroeville.
August 8, 2017 Cincinnati Amends Environmental Covenant For MetroWest Commerce Park Property
The city of Cincinnati has received an amended covenant not to sue for the MetroWest Commerce Park property under Ohio EPA’s Voluntary Action Program (VAP) after extending the area around the property where ground water use is restricted.
August 2, 2017 New Boston to Address Sewer Overflows; Receives Financing from Ohio EPA
New Boston will improve water quality by making sewer improvements through a $202,800 loan from Ohio EPA. Preventing excess storm water from entering sanitary sewer lines will help prevent sewer overflows to local waterways.