Upcoming Deadlines...

If your facility is subject to Ohio's storm water general permitting program:

The draft general industrial permit OHR000006 is available at:

The public comment period ended on January 16, 2017 but the permit has not yet been finalized.

Other information is available at:

You will need to submit an NOI for your facility within 90 days after the permit is issued final. The NOI is now to be submitted using eBiz: STREAMS.

Please let me know if I can be of any assistance!

7/1: Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) reports (EPCRA 313) are due, using CDX or your state’s required software!  Don’t forget to mail the fee worksheet (and payment) to the state agency, if applicable!

Recent Deadlines...

4/1:  The Annual Operational Report for the Division of Solid and Infectious Waste Management is due.

4/17:   Ohio EPA air fee emission reports for Synthetic Minor and Title V facilities are due.

5/1:  Title V annual compliance certifications are due.

5/1:  The first quarter air permit deviation reports are due.  If you have a PER, check your permit-- you may still have a quarterly reporting requirement!

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Ohio EPA has revised OAC Chapter 3745-31 (PTI, PTIO, and Exemptions) and includes amendments to OAC rules 3745-31-01, 3745-31-03, 3745-31-05, 3745-31-06, 3745-31-11, 3745-31-13, 3745-31-14, and 3745-31-33. The effective date of the adoption is May 1, 2016. If your facility has emissions units that qualify for a permanent exemption, some of the citations may have changed. The new rules are available on Ohio EPA's web page at:

Ohio EPA has revised OAC rule 3745-21-07 (for emissions units that emit organic materials that are not regulated by other rules). The effective date of the adoption is April 8, 2016.

Still finding eBiz Air Services confusing? Ohio EPA has posted some Training Videos.

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