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August 15, 2013
Westerville Receives Ohio EPA Loan to Upgrade Water Treatment Plant
Ohio EPA has issued a $13.5 million loan to Westerville to help upgrade the city’s water treatment plant. The project is expected to improve water quality for customers and enhance existing water treatment facilities.

August 14, 2013
Ohio EPA Loan Funding Water Line Construction in Rossford
Ohio EPA has issued a $2.15 million low-interest loan to the Northwestern Water and Sewer District to construct a new water supply line along River Road in Rossford.

August 14, 2013
Ohio EPA Loan Funding Delphos Water Line Project
Ohio EPA has issued a $60,257 low-interest loan to the city of Delphos for a water line project that will improve drinking water quality in a portion of the service area

August 14, 2013
Blanchester Project Receives Ohio EPA Loan to Improve Water Plant
Residents in the village of Blanchester will have better drinking water infrastructure as a result of a drinking water plant replacement funded by a $4.8 million low-interest loan from Ohio EPA.

August 13, 2013
Ohio EPA Loan Funding Bowling Green Water Tower Replacement
Ohio EPA has issued a $3.57 million low-interest loan to the city of Bowling Green to construct a new drinking water storage tank.

August 12, 2013
Highland Ridge Water Association Receives Ohio EPA Loan to Extend Water Service, Improve Water Quality, Pressure
Ohio EPA has issued a $717,037 zero-interest loan to Highland Ridge Water Association Inc. to construct the State Route 530 waterline extensions in Salem and Adams townships in Washington County.

July 30, 2013
Ohio EPA Assists Carroll County Community with Drinking Water System Improvements
Ohio EPA is providing two low-interest loans to the village of Carrollton to replace its outdated water treatment plant and deteriorating water transmission line.

July 29, 2013
Hamilton County Project Receives Ohio EPA Loan for Public Health Improvement
Ohio EPA has approved a $491,141 loan for the Village of Cleves that will allow the city to construct the Elizabethtown water mains phase 2 project.

July 24, 2013
Shawnee Water Project Receives Ohio EPA Loan to Replace Distribution System, Improve Water Quality and Public Health
Ohio EPA has issued an $88,955.42 low-interest loan to the village of Shawnee in Perry County to help construct the second phase of a water distribution system replacement of undersized waterlines.