2 edition of Ground water pollution potential of Logan County, Ohio found in the catalog.
Ground water pollution potential of Logan County, Ohio
Katherine M. Sprowls
1995 by Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Water, Water Resources Section in [Columbus (1939 Fountain Square, Columbus 43224)] .
Written in English
|Statement||by Katherine M. Sprowls.|
|Series||Ground water pollution potential report ;, no. 36|
|Contributions||Ohio. Division of Water. Water Resources Section.|
|LC Classifications||TD224.O3 S67 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||95622770|
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The Logan County Water Pollution Control District is being required by the Ohio EPA to proceed with Phase II Wastewater Improvements. The Phase II Improvements are a continuation of the Phase I Wastewater Improvements that were completed in and involve providing additional treatment capacity at the Indian Lake Wastewater Treatment Plant to handle wet weather flows.
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The maps use colors and patterns to show the amount of water expected from the most productive aquifer in. Watershed boundaries follow ridgelines and meet at the bottom where water flows out of the watershed. We all live in a watershed.
The water that falls on your property eventually ends up in a stream or river somewhere. The highest point in Ohio is Campbell Hill, which is located in Logan County. Logan County is recognized as the "Top of Ohio".
With the current Flooding in Logan County there are several Public Health Concerns to consider: Do not to drink water or eat food that has come in contact with flood waters - this water.
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Each team, organized by Ohio Department of Natural Resources, consists of three to five local water resources partners such as local health departments, watershed coordinators, and public water system operators. erosion and water pollution by soil sediment. Therefore, the Board of Commissioners of Logan County, State of Ohio, does hereby resolve the following.
Section Purpose The purpose of this resolution is to establish standards, principles, and procedures by which Logan County can regulate construction ori ented, earth-disturbin g site development. Ohio EPA’s Central Office is located in Columbus. Five district offices, located in Bowling Green, Twinsburg, Dayton, Columbus and Logan, manage the Agency's programs at the local find a local contact, refer to the county contact list.
The district offices review permit applications; investigate citizen complaints; investigate and oversee cleanups of spills and releases; monitor. For questions concerning pollution prevention, contact: The Office of Pollution Prevention at Only 3 percent of the water on earth is drinkable.
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Approximately 90% of its stalactite and stalagmite formations are still active. the above procedures will be at the contractor's expense. the logan county water pollution control distri對ct reserves the right to a final televising of the sewer system at the county's expense before the project is finalized.
* all tests shall be witnessed by a logan. county water pollution control. representative. Bob Lentz Butler County Storm Water District Eric Pottenger Butler County Engineers Office Mike Muska Butler County MetroParks Jeff Thomas Ohio Department of Natural Resources Figure Upper Mill Creek Portion of “Ground Water Pollution Potential Map of Butler County”41 Figure Existing Land Use Map – Upper Mill Creek Sub.
concerning the groundwater resources in the Compact area of the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission (ORSANCO). A map accompanies the report which shows the major aquifers and potential groundwater yields.
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The stream is typically at the top of the water table. Karst windows develop by both dissolution and collapse of the bedrock. Many karst windows originated as collapse sinkholes. Karst locations are shown on a map of karst in Logan County. More information on karst is available on the KGS Web site.Ground Water in Ohio aquifers occurs in pore spaces between individ-Ground Water is a precious resource.
Over 98 percent of the available fresh water on earth is ground water. Its users include homeowners, farmers, manufacturers, and schools. In Ohio, nearly half of all cities, villages, schools, busi-nesses, and industries depend on ground water.more than 2, records, you will be asked to narrow your search criteria or contact the Division of Water.
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