July 20, 2018
Warren Improving Wastewater System with Financing from Ohio EPA
Warren is designing updates to the wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) and pump stations. The designed improvements will help Warren maintain compliance, provide more efficient treatment and increase reliability of operations. The project is financed with help from an interest free loan from Ohio EPA.

July 20, 2018
East Liverpool Developing Asset Management Plan with Ohio EPA Assistance
East Liverpool is developing an asset management plan for the city’s water system with an interest-free loan from Ohio EPA.

July 18, 2018
Adams County Regional Water District Replacing Failing Water Main with Ohio EPA Assistance
With a low-interest loan from Ohio EPA, the Adams County Regional Water District is replacing a failing water main.

July 18, 2018
NEORSD Building Sewage Storage Tunnel, Sponsoring Four Conservation Projects with Financing from Ohio EPA
Northeast Ohio Region al Sewer District (NEORSD) is continuing to eliminate combined sewer overflows (CSOs) with construction of the Westerly Storage Tunnel. The district has received low-interest financing from Ohio EPA for the project.

July 17, 2018
Defiance Installing New Storm Sewers with Financing from Ohio EPA
Defiance is installing new storm sewers to eliminate storm water in the city’s wastewater collection system and reduce combined sewer overflows. Two projects are financed with interest-free loans from Ohio EPA.

July 16, 2018
Springfield Improving Wastewater System with Financing from Ohio EPA
Springfield is lining sections of the city’s sanitary sewer lines to eliminate storm water in the wastewater collection system. The project is financed with help from an interest-free loan from Ohio EPA.

July 10, 2018
Cincinnati Replacing Water Line with Ohio EPA Assistance
Cincinnati is improving service and reducing water loss by replacing the Putnam Road water main with help from a low-interest loan from Ohio EPA.

June 29, 2018
Nineteen Northwest Ohio Counties, City of Shelby Receive Funding from Ohio EPA to Help Homeowners with Failing Home Septic Systems
Ohio EPA is offering communities financial assistance through the Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF) to help low- to moderate-income homeowners repair and replace failing home sewage treatment systems (HSTS). It is estimated that about 31 percent of all household sewage treatment systems throughout Ohio are experiencing some degree of failure due to poor maintenance or age. When failing systems discharge untreated sewage, potential exposure to harmful bacteria and pathogens can cause public health concerns and threaten the environment.

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 19, 2018
Fifteen Northeast Ohio Counties Receive Funding from Ohio EPA to Help Homeowners with Failing Home Septic Systems
Ohio EPA is offering communities financial assistance through the Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF) to help low- to moderate-income homeowners repair and replace failing home sewage treatment systems (HSTS). It is estimated that about 31 percent of all household sewage treatment systems throughout Ohio are experiencing some degree of failure due to poor maintenance or age. When failing systems discharge untreated sewage, potential exposure to harmful bacteria and pathogens can cause public health concerns and threaten the environment.

June 13, 2018
Columbus, Nine Central Ohio Counties Receive Funding from Ohio EPA to Help Homeowners with Failing Home Septic Systems
Ohio EPA is offering communities financial assistance through the Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF) to help low- to moderate-income homeowners repair and replace failing home sewage treatment systems (HSTS). It is estimated that about 31 percent of all household sewage treatment systems throughout Ohio are experiencing some degree of failure due to poor maintenance or age. When failing systems discharge untreated sewage, potential exposure to harmful bacteria and pathogens can cause public health concerns and threaten the environment.

June 13, 2018
Twelve Southwest Ohio Counties Receive Funding from Ohio EPA to Help Homeowners with Failing Home Septic Systems
Ohio EPA is offering communities financial assistance through the Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF) to help low- to moderate-income homeowners repair and replace failing home sewage treatment systems (HSTS). It is estimated that about 31 percent of all household sewage treatment systems throughout Ohio are experiencing some degree of failure due to poor maintenance or age. When failing systems discharge untreated sewage, potential exposure to harmful bacteria and pathogens can cause public health concerns and threaten the environment.

June 12, 2018
Sixteen Southeast Ohio Counties Receive Funding from Ohio EPA to Help Homeowners with Failing Home Septic Systems
Ohio EPA is offering communities financial assistance through the Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF) to help low- to moderate-income homeowners repair and replace failing home sewage treatment systems (HSTS). It is estimated that about 31 percent of all household sewage treatment systems throughout Ohio are experiencing some degree of failure due to poor maintenance or age. When failing systems discharge untreated sewage, potential exposure to harmful bacteria and pathogens can cause public health concerns and threaten the environment.

May 25, 2018
Nelsonville Improving Wastewater System with Financing from Ohio EPA
Nelsonville is designing a new wastewater treatment plant and improving and extending the sewage collection system with help from an interest-free loan from Ohio EPA.

May 25, 2018
Stark County City Developing Drinking Water Plan with Ohio EPA Assistance
Louisville is developing an asset management plan for the city’s municipal water system with an interest-free loan from Ohio EPA.

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