Financial Assistance

Lake Erie is one of Ohio’s crown jewels in terms of economic impact, natural resource value and water supply. Lake Erie is a source of drinking water for 23 Ohio public water systems serving approximately 2.6 million customers. Unfortunately, recreational and drinking water uses have been impaired by harmful algal blooms (HABs) in recent years. Ohio EPA is making funds available to enhance drinking water treatment, as well as reduce nutrient levels in wastewater treatment plant discharges.

    Funding Opportunity for Public Water Systems Infrastructure Improvements for HAB

    Community water systems, publicly or privately owned, that operate surface water treatment systems are eligible for the HAB-discounted interest rate under the Water Supply Revolving Loan Account (WSRLA) program. Eligible projects include treatment system components for HAB treatment, interconnections with other public water systems, elevated storage and development of improved source waters. Nominations for design, and/or construction projects that are directly related to addressing issues from harmful algal blooms (HAB) do not have a deadline and can be submitted to Ohio EPA at any time during the program year. 

    For more information, please review the instructions for completing the WSRLA HAB nomination form, available on the Division of Environmental and Financial Assistance webpage.

    Funding Opportunity for Wastewater Treatment Plant Infrastructure Improvements for Nutrients

    In response to harmful algal blooms (HABs) and their potential effect on water resources and the raw water supply for drinking water systems, Ohio EPA made $100 million available at a 0% interest rate through the Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF) in 2015, 2016 and 2017 for equipment to reduce phosphorus and other nutrients. In 2018, Ohio EPA is offering $50 million at a 0% interest rate for these types of projects. The discounted rate will be available for the portion of the project directly attributed to the nutrient reduction. Standard, below-market interest rate loan funds will be offered for the balance of a proposed project. Ohio EPA will accept nutrient reduction discount (NRD) project nominations for planning, design or construction projects throughout the program year. Applicants who nominated projects for NRD funding in 2017, but did not proceed with projects, and subsequently provided updated schedules during the nomination period to Ohio EPA, will be grandfathered into the 2018 program.

    For more information, please review the nutrient reduction guidance and addendum, available on the Division of Environmental and Financial Assistance webpage.

    Ohio EPA has funding available for a wide variety of environmental projects such as helping communities plan and complete water and wastewater projects, promoting environmental education and reducing the impact of nonpoint source pollution. For more information about the funding sources available, click on the headings below or view the summary of funding programs.

    Alternative Fuel Vehicle Coversion Grants

    Website:

    epa.ohio.gov/oee

    Governing Statute:

    Ohio Revised Code 122.076

    Eligibility:

    Public and private sector diesel fleets in any Ohio county, operating class 7 and class 8 trucks (i.e., with a gross vehicle weight rating of at least 26,000 pounds.

    Specifications:

    One-time only offering of $5 million in grants to repower or replace large gasoline or diesel trucks with alternative-fueled trucks that can run on compressed natural gas, liquid natural gas or propane, including bi-or dual-fueled trucks that can run on both alternative fuel and gasoline or diesel. Grants will pay the lesser of $25,000 per vehicle, or 50% of the engine components or the cost of conversion parts and equipment. Maximum grant award of $400,000.

    Application Deadline:

    To be announced, spring 2017

    Recipients:

    New program, no awards yet.

    Contact:

    Funding Questions

    Carolyn  Watkins

    Ohio EPA
    Office of Environmental Education

    P.O. Box 1049

    Columbus, OH 43216-1049

    (614) 644-2873

    derg@epa.ohio.gov

    Technology Questions

    Alan Harness

    Ohio EPA
    Division of Air Pollution Control

    (614) 644-4838

    derg@epa.ohio.gov

    Clean Water Act Section 319(h) Grants

    Website:

    epa.ohio.gov/dsw/nps/index.aspx

    Governing Statute:

    Ohio Revised Code 6111.037

    Eligibility:

    Local governments, nonprofit organizations, watershed groups, SWCDs and local park districts.

    Specifications:

    Up to $400,000 to conduct stream restoration and nonpoint source pollution management projects. 20 percent of total project costs are required to be provided as local match. A total of $2 million is available per year.

    Application Deadline:

    Applications due in the spring.

    Recipients:

    Grants awarded since 1/1/07

    Contact:

    Russ Gibson

    Ohio EPA

    Division of Surface Water

    P.O. Box 1049

    Columbus, OH 43216-1049

    (614) 644-2020

    russ.gibson@epa.ohio.gov

    Community Recycling Grants

    Website:

    recycleohio.gov

    Governing Statute:

    Ohio Revised Code 3736

    Eligibility:

    An agency of the state, as established in ORC Sections 343, 3736 and all applicable section of the ORC, may apply for Community Grant funds. An agency of the state may be a municipal corporation, county, township, village, state college or university, solid waste management district or authority, park districts, health districts and statewide recycling and litter prevention trade associations.

    Specifications:

    The Community Grant program provides financial assistance to Ohio’s local governments that propose to design and establish projects involved in the collection and processing of recyclable materials and litter prevention programs and projects. Ohio EPA is seeking proposals involving one or more of targeted materials collected or processed in Ohio. Applications proposing the implementation of litter collection programs, which involves illegal dumpsite cleanup, roadside collection and Adopt-A-Roadway Programs operated throughout the entire grant period. Keep America Beautiful Certification Fee would be an eligible project. Approximately $1 million awarded annually.

    Application Deadline:

    February 1

    Recipients:

    2008 - Present

    Contact:

    Chet Chaney

    Ohio EPA

    Office of Environmental Education

    P.O. Box 1049

    Columbus, OH 43216-1049

    (614) 728-0043

    chet.chaney@epa.ohio.gov

    Diesel Emission Reduction Grants

    Website:

    epa.ohio.gov/oee

    Governing Statute:

    Ohio Revised Code 122.861 and 512.90

    Eligibility:

    Public and private sector diesel fleets (motor vehicle, marine, locomotive and highway construction equipment) that are eligible under the Federal Highway Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) program and located in an eligible Ohio county. Private sector fleets must apply through a public sector partner.

    Specifications:

    $10 million awarded annually for engine repowers and vehicle replacements in SFY 2017 and 2018

    Application Deadline:

    Varies. One round annually, usually in the fall. Dates not set for 2017.

    Recipients:

    2012 - Present

    Contact:

    Funding questions

    Carolyn Watkins

    Ohio EPA

    Office of Environmental Education

    P.O. Box 1049

    Columbus, OH 43216-1049

    (614) 644-2873

    derg@epa.ohio.gov 

    Technology Questions

    Alan Harness

    Ohio EPA

    Division of Air Pollution Control

    (614) 644-4838

    derg@epa.ohio.gov

    Grant Funded Brownfield Technical Assistance

    Website:

    epa.ohio.gov/derr/SABR/Grant_Assistance.aspx

    Governing Statute:

    Federal Small Business Liability Relief and Brownfields Act P.L. 107-118

    Eligibility:

    Local governments, port authorities, park districts and other public entities in Ohio

    Specifications:

    Grant funding is available to cover costs associated with providing technical assistance (TA) by Ohio EPA staff to assist with property assessment and cleanup under the Voluntary Action Program.

    In general, the volunteer determines the scope of VAP TA review and what questions or issues are evaluated during VAP TA. Some examples of grant-funded technical assistance that can be provided includes:

    • Guidance on technical or legal issues related to potential NFA letters or VAP urban setting designation (USD) requests
    • VAP document review (e.g., review of Phase I and II assessments, sampling plans, risk assessments, remedial action plans and draft NFA Letters where CNS has not yet been requested)

    For additional funding resources, please visit the Community Brownfield Funding Resources page.

    Application Deadline:

    Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis

    Recipients:

    Grant Funded Brownfield Technical Assistance provided since 2000

    Contact:

    Kelly Kaletsky

    Ohio EPA

    Division of Environmental Response and Revitalization

    P.O. Box 1049

    Columbus, OH 43216-1049

    (614) 644-2304

    kelly.kaletsky@epa.ohio.gov


    Harmful Algal Blooms

     

    Lake Erie is one of Ohio’s crown jewels in terms of economic impact, natural resource value and water supply. Lake Erie is a source of drinking water for 23 Ohio public water systems serving approximately 2.6 million customers. Unfortunately, recreational and drinking water uses have been impaired by harmful algal blooms (HABs) in recent years. Ohio EPA is making funds available to enhance drinking water treatment, as well as reduce nutrient levels in wastewater treatment plant discharges.

      Funding Opportunity for Public Water Systems Infrastructure Improvements for HAB

      Community water systems, publicly or privately owned, that operate surface water treatment systems are eligible for the HAB-discounted interest rate under the Water Supply Revolving Loan Account (WSRLA) program. Eligible projects include treatment system components for HAB treatment, interconnections with other public water systems, elevated storage and development of improved source waters. Nominations for design, and/or construction projects that are directly related to addressing issues from harmful algal blooms (HAB) do not have a deadline and can be submitted to Ohio EPA at any time during the program year. 

      For more information, please review the instructions for completing the WSRLA HAB nomination form, available on the Division of Environmental and Financial Assistance webpage.

      Funding Opportunity for Wastewater Treatment Plant Infrastructure Improvements for Nutrients

      In response to harmful algal blooms (HABs) and their potential effect on water resources and the raw water supply for drinking water systems, Ohio EPA made $100 million available at a 0% interest rate through the Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF) in 2015, 2016 and 2017 for equipment to reduce phosphorus and other nutrients. In 2018, Ohio EPA is offering $50 million at a 0% interest rate for these types of projects. The discounted rate will be available for the portion of the project directly attributed to the nutrient reduction. Standard, below-market interest rate loan funds will be offered for the balance of a proposed project. Ohio EPA will accept nutrient reduction discount (NRD) project nominations for planning, design or construction projects throughout the program year. Applicants who nominated projects for NRD funding in 2017, but did not proceed with projects, and subsequently provided updated schedules during the nomination period to Ohio EPA, will be grandfathered into the 2018 program.

      For more information, please review the nutrient reduction guidance and addendum, available on the Division of Environmental and Financial Assistance webpage.

      Home Sewage Treatment Systems

      Website:

      epa.ohio.gov/defa/

      Governing Statute:

      Ohio Revised Code 6111.036

      Eligibility:

      Public entities (Cities, village, and county health departments) are eligible to establish linked deposit programs in their county. These public entities can then administer assistance to individual homeowners.

      Specifications:

      Two options are potentially available to eligible applicants. First, a Linked Deposit program can be established, which will provide an interest rate buy down on loans that homeowners receive from a commercial bank. Second, a direct loan can be awarded from the Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF) to the eligible entity to establish its own revolving loan program.

      Application Deadline:

      Nominations are accepted on an annual basis, with a deadline of August 31, for the upcoming program year, which begins January 1.

      Recipients:
      Refer to Appendix B

      Contact:

      Becky McKinney
      Program Administrator
      Division of Environmental and Financial Assistance
      P.O. Box 1049
      Columbus, Ohio 43216-1049
      Phone: (614) 644-3636
      Rebecca.McKinney@epa.ohio.gov

      Lake Erie Protection Fund

      Website:

      http://lakeerie.ohio.gov/LakeErieProtectionFund.aspx

      Governing Statute:

      Ohio Revised Code 1506.23

      Eligibility:

      Government, non-profit and for-profit entities are eligible to apply for funding. Funding may not be used to fund staff salaries for state employees. Applicants must be based in Ohio, although work may be contracted with outside entities as necessary.

      Specifications:

      Small grants up to $15,000 are available to fund research and on-the-ground projects aimed at protecting, preserving and restoring Lake Erie or its tributary watersheds in Ohio. The Lake Erie Protection Fund focuses on projects that lead to better management decisions for both environmental protection and economic development. Special grant projects may be funded - amounts and topics change annually. The Fund is supported through donation or purchase of a Lake Erie license plate displaying the Marblehead Lighthouse by Ohio artist Ben Richmond, or the Lake Erie life ring.

      Application Deadline:

      Due dates available quarterly- dates change annually.

      Recipients:

      2006 - Present Lake Erie Protection Fund Recipients

      Contact:

      Ohio Lake Erie Commission

      111 E. Shoreline Drive

      Sandusky, Ohio 44870

      (419) 621-2040

      lakeeriecommission@lakeerie.ohio.gov

      Litter Clean-up and Tire Amnesty Grants

      Website:

      recycleohio.gov

      Governing Statute:

      Ohio Revised Code 3736

      Eligibility:

      Eligible applicants include Ohio counties, municipal corporations, townships, villages, state colleges and universities, solid waste management districts or authorities, health districts, Keep Ohio Beautiful affiliates, boards of education and non-profit organizations.

      Specifications:

      The Litter Clean-up and Tire Amnesty Grant program offers funds up to $40,000 to for litter clean-up activities on publicly owned properties including roadsides and waterways using volunteers. Approximately $500,000 is awarded annually.

      Application Deadline:

      February 1

      Recipients:

      2008 - Present

      Contact:

      Chet Chaney

      Ohio EPA

      P.O. Box 1049

      Columbus, OH 43216-1049

      (614) 728-0043

      chet.chaney@epa.ohio.gov

      Mosquito Control Grants

      Website:

      epa.ohio.gov/dmwm/Home/MosquitoControlGrant.aspx

      Governing Statute:

      Ohio Revised Code 3734

      Eligibility:

      Local health departments and other related governmental entities defined as an agency of the state. Any agency of the state applying for MCG monies that is not a local health department must demonstrate collaboration with a local health department by obtaining sponsorship of the MCG and a letter of support.

      Specifications:

      The Mosquito Control Grant (MCG) Program is a collaborative effort between Ohio EPA and the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). The MCG Program was developed to make funding available to entities responsible for implementing mosquito control and source reduction measures in support of Ohio’s efforts to reduce the potential for an outbreak of mosquito-borne viruses such as Zika, West Nile, and La Cross Encephalitis. 

      Application Deadline:

      April 13

      Recipients:

      2016 - Present

      Contact:

      Leanne Greenlee

      Ohio EPA

      P.O. Box 1049

      Columbus, OH 43216-1049

      (614) 705-1012

      leanne.greenlee@epa.ohio.gov

      Ohio Environmental Education Fund

      Website:

      epa.ohio.gov/oee

      Governing Statute:

      Ohio Revised Code 3745.22

      Eligibility:

      All local subdivisions of government, local schools and school boards, universities, non-profit organizations, for-profit companies, state agencies.

      Specifications:

       

      Mini grants $500 - $5,000 and General Grants $5,000 - $50,000. Education projects targeting pre-school through university students and teachers, the general public and the regulated community. Ten percent cash or in-kind match required. Approximately $900,000 awarded annually.

      Application Deadline:

      January 15 and July 15 each year. Applications must be submitted online through Ohio EPA's eBusiness Center. (Electronic Letter of Intent to Apply due no later than January 8 and July 8 to receive user ID and password for online grant application software.)

      Recipients:

      1991 - Present

      Contact:

      Dennis Clement or Jeffrey Montavon

      Ohio EPA
      Office of Environmental Education

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

      (614) 644-2873

      oeef@epa.ohio.gov

      Ohio Environmental Science and Engineering Scholarships

      Website:

      www.ohiosci.org/oeef-scholarship

      Governing Statute:

      Ohio Revised Code 3745.22(A)

      Eligibility:

      Full-time students majoring in environmental science, environmental engineering or related fields at Ohio colleges and universities.

      Specifications:

      $1,250 for students in the second year of two-year programs; $2,500 for students in the fourth or fifth year of 4-5 year programs. Administered by the Ohio Academy of Science for the Ohio Environmental Education Fund at Ohio EPA.

      Application Deadline:

      Online by April 15

      Recipients:

      2000 - Present

      Contact:

      Carolyn Watkins

      Ohio EPA
      Office of Environmental Education

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

      (614) 644-2873

      oeef@epa.ohio.gov or oas@iwaynet.net

      Recycling Market Development Grants

      Website:

      recycleohio.gov

      Governing Statute:

      Ohio Revised Code 3736

      Eligibility:

      Businesses and non-profit organizations are eligible to receive MDG funds, but must be sponsored by agency of the state, as established in ORC Sections 343, 3736, and all applicable sections of the ORC. An agency of the state may be a municipal corporation, county, township, village, state college and university, or solid waste management district and authority.

      Specifications:

      The Market Development program offers grant funds up to $250,000 to Ohio’s businesses that propose to create the infrastructure necessary for successful markets of recyclable materials and related products. Ohio EPA is seeking proposals involving targeted materials collected or processed in Ohio. Approximately $2 million is awarded annually.

      Application Deadline:

      February 1

      Recipients:

      2008 - Present

      Contact:

      Chet Chaney

      Ohio EPA

      P.O. Box 1049

      Columbus, OH 43216-1049

      (614) 728-0043

      chet.chaney@epa.ohio.gov

      Scrap Tire Grants

      Website:

      recycleohio.gov

      Governing Statute:

      Ohio Revised Code 3736

      Eligibility:

      Businesses and non-profit organizations are eligible to receive STG funds, but must be sponsored by agency of the state, as established in ORC Sections 343, 3736, and all applicable sections of the ORC. An agency of the state may be a municipal corporation, county, township, village, state college and university, or solid waste management district and authority.

      Specifications:

      The Scrap Tire program offers grant funds up to $350,000 to Ohio’s businesses that propose to create the infrastructure necessary for successful markets of scrap tire materials and related products. Approximately $1.4 million is awarded annually.

      Application Deadline:

      February 1

      Recipients:

      2008 - Present

      Contact:

      Chet Chaney

      Ohio EPA

      P.O. Box 1049

      Columbus, OH 43216-1049

      (614) 728-0043

      chet.chaney@epa.ohio.gov

      Surface Water Improvement Fund

      Website:

      epa.ohio.gov/dsw/nps/index.aspx

      Governing Statute:

      Ohio Revised Code 6111.0382

      Eligibility:

      Local governments, county park districts, soil and water conservation districts, city and/or county health departments, 501(c)(3) nonprofit conservation groups with land management responsibilities, watershed groups (with local government sponsorship), state agencies with land managing responsibilities, recognized land conservancies or trusts.

      Specifications:

      Up to $150,000 for implementation of specific projects that address nonpoint source pollution and/or storm water runoff and result in water quality improvements in Ohio’s streams, rivers and lakes.

      Application Deadline:

      Annually

      Recipients:

      Grants awarded since 6/1/10

      Contact:

      Russ Gibson

      Ohio EPA

      Division of Surface Water

      P.O. Box 1049

      Columbus, OH 43216-1049

      (614) 644-2020

      russ.gibson@epa.ohio.gov

      Targeted Brownfield Assessment (TBA) Program

      Website:

      epa.ohio.gov/derr/SABR/Grant_Assistance.aspx

      Governing Statute:

      Federal Small Business Liability Relief and Brownfields Act P.L. 107-118

      Eligibility:

      Local governments, port authorities, park districts and other public entities in Ohio

      Specifications:

      Grant funding is available to provide property assessments that will facilitate brownfield redevelopment and encourage participation in the Voluntary Action Program at no cost to eligible public entities. Assessment services are provided to public entities by qualified environmental firms under contract with Ohio EPA as well as the Division of Environmental Response and Revitalization’s Site Investigation Field Unit.

      Examples of assessment projects that can be provided include:

      • Phase I environmental site assessments
      • Certified asbestos inspection of buildings
      • Water quality stream survey by qualified surface water assessment professionals
      • Limited Phase II Property Assessment (Screening evaluation or supplemental assessment

      For additional funding resources, please visit the Community Brownfield Funding Resources page.

      Application Deadline:

      Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis

      Recipients:

      Targeted Brownfield Assessments provided since 2002

      Contact:

      Dan Tjoelker

      Ohio EPA

      Division of Environmental Response and Revitalization

      P.O. Box 1049

      Columbus, OH 43216-1049

      (614) 644-3750

      daniel.tjoelker@epa.ohio.gov

      Water Pollution Control Loan Fund

      Website:

      epa.ohio.gov/defa/

      Governing Statute:

      Ohio Revised Code 6111.036

      Eligibility:

      Public entities (includes villages, cities, counties, and sewer districts) are eligible for wastewater projects; Public or private entities may potentially be eligible for nonpoint source projects. All applicants must demonstrate a dedicated source of repayment for the loan.

      Specifications:

      Below-market interest rate loans are awarded to eligible applicants for planning, design, and construction of wastewater treatment facilities and sewer systems. The standard below-market interest rate is established monthly, and is 1.25% below the general obligation bond index rate. The program also offers a small community interest rate, as well as hardship interest rates of 0% and 1%. There are currently no minimum or maximum loan amounts. Approximately $500 million is loaned out each year.

      Application Deadline:

      Nominations are accepted on an annual basis, with a deadline of August 31, for the upcoming program year, which begins January 1. Actual loan applications are due approximately three months before the projected loan award date.

      Contact:

      Becky McKinney
      Program Administrator
      Division of Environmental and Financial Assistance
      P.O. Box 1049
      Columbus, Ohio 43216-1049
      Phone: (614) 644-3636
      Rebecca.McKinney@epa.ohio.gov

      Water Resource Restoration Sponsor Program

      Website:

      epa.ohio.gov/defa/

      Governing Statute:

      Ohio Revised Code 6111.036

      Eligibility:

      Public or private entities.

      Specifications:

      The Water Resource Restoration Sponsor Program (WRRSP) was created to counter the loss of ecological function and biological diversity that jeopardizes the health of Ohio’s water resources. This program funds both preservation and restoration of aquatic habitat to accomplish this goal. The WRRSP relies on having a sponsoring wastewater loan from the Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF). The WRRSP sponsor can be a different entity than the WRRSP implementer. Funds for WRRSP projects will be made available by advancing a portion of the estimated amount of interest to be repaid by the sponsor over the life of the WPCLF loan.

      Application Deadline:

      Nominations are accepted on an annual basis, with a deadline of July 31, for the upcoming program year, which begins January 1. Projects which are identified as fundable will meet program requirements in the first year, and then receive their assistance award in the second year.

      Contact:

      Steve Malone
      Division of Environmental and Financial Assistance
      P.O. Box 1049
      Columbus, Ohio 43216-1049
      Phone: (614 )644-3663
      Steve.Malone@epa.ohio.gov

      Water Supply Revolving Loan Account/Drinking Water Assistance Fund

      Website:

      epa.ohio.gov/ddagw/financialassistance.aspx

      Governing Statute:

      Ohio Revised Code 6109.22

      Eligibility:

      Community water systems, both privately and publicly owned, and nonprofit non-community water systems

      Specifications:

      Below-market interest rate loans are awarded to eligible applicants for planning, design, and construction of water treatment facilities, storage facilities and distributions system improvements. The standard below-market interest rate is established monthly, and is 1.25% below the general obligation bond index rate. The program also offers a small community interest rate, as well as three different tiers of Disadvantaged community rates. Limited principal forgiveness is available through the Disadvantaged Community Loan Program. There are currently no minimum loan amounts; the maximum amount is established each year (for 2015 it is $40 million). Approximately $150 million can be loaned out each year.

      Application Deadline:

      Nominations are accepted on an annual basis, with a deadline of March 1, for the upcoming program year, which begins July 1.

      Recipients:

      Loans awarded since 1997

      Contact:

      Becky McKinney
      Program Administrator
      Division of Environmental and Financial Assistance
      P.O. Box 1049
      Columbus, Ohio 43216-1049
      Phone: (614) 644-3636
      Rebecca.McKinney@epa.ohio.gov

      Volkswagen Mitigation Trust Fund Grants

      Website:

      epa.ohio.gov/oee

      Governing Statute:

      VW Clean Air Act Civil Settlement with US EPA

      Eligibility:

      Public and private sector diesel fleets located in an eligible Ohio county, for repower or in some cases replacement with new clean diesel, alternative fuel (CNG, propane, hydrogen) or all-electric technology.

      Specifications:

      Eligible fleets include class 4-8 medium and large local freight trucks; class 4-8 school buses, shuttle buses and transit buses; freight switcher locomotives; ferries and tugboats; airport ground support equipment; port cargo handling equipment and forklifts. Funds can also be used to install shorepower for large ships in Ohio ports along Lake Erie, and for fueling/charging infrastructure for zero emission vehicles fueled by electricity or hydrogen. Ohio EPA expects to offer a single grant round of approximately $15 million annually for several years.

      Application Deadline:

      To be announced, late fall 2017

      Recipients:

      New program, no awards yet.

      Contact:

      Funding Questions

      Carolyn  Watkins

      Ohio EPA
      Office of Environmental Education

      P.O. Box 1049

      Columbus, OH 43216-1049

      (614) 644-2873

      derg@epa.ohio.gov

      Technology Questions

      Alan Harness

      Ohio EPA
      Division of Air Pollution Control

      (614) 644-4838

      derg@epa.ohio.gov

       
       800-282-9378