Ohio EPA approves plan to cut sewer overflows in Columbus

02/5/2009 | Environment News Service

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has approved a plan to control overflows from the Columbus, Ohio, sewer system. The $2.5 billion wet weather management plan will reduce overflows to 250 million gallons a year by 2025 from the current 1.65 billion gallons. The Ohio EPA also proposed modifications to two wastewater discharge permits.

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