1 edition of Water management in Ohio found in the catalog.
Water management in Ohio
Director of the Commission: Lauren A. Glosser
|Statement||Ohio Legislative Service Commission|
|Series||Information bulletin -- 1963-4, Information bulletin (Ohio. General Assembly. Legislative Service Commission) -- 1963-4|
|Contributions||Glosser, Lauren A, Ohio. General Assembly. Legislative Service Commission|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
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This toolkit is designed to help people understand which buildings and devices need a Legionella water management program to reduce the risk for Legionnaires’ disease, what makes a. Stormwater management and erosion and sediment control are our primary tools for reducing impacts to water quality as a result of development of the watershed.
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In Ohio, many residents receive their drinking water from ground or surface water resources through private water systems such as wells, springs, ponds, rain water cisterns, and hauled water. The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) requires that the water provided from these systems be tested for a few basic contaminants upon completion of the private water systems construction, alteration or.
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WMAO Publications The Ohio Water Table We distribute a quarterly newsletter, The Ohio Water Table, to our members; January, April, July, and publication presents activity within our organization as well as relevant news on Ohio water resources and upcoming events.
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