The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has issued Rumpke a final air permit for a new thermal oxidizer at one of the methane gas recovery plants operated by Montauk Energy at the Rumpke Landfill, 10795 Hughes Road.
What does OEPA stand for?
OEPA stands for Ohio Environmental Protection Agency
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- Overhead Expense Plan
- Overseas Employment Protectors (Pakistan)
- Oxford Economic Papers
- OxyElite Pro (USPlabs, LLC)
- Oyster Extension Permit (UK)
- Optimized Effective Potential Self-Interaction Correction
- Outer Envelope Protein of 16 Kilodaltons
- Outer Envelope Membrane Protein of 75 Kilodaltons
- Office of Education Performance Audits (West Virginia)
- Office of Environmental Policy and Assistance (US EPA)
- On Earth Peace Assembly (Church of the Brethren educational program)
- Onchocerciasis Elimination Program of the Americas (est. 1993)
- Ontario Environmental Protection Act (Canada)
- Office of Environmental Policy, Analysis and Assessment (Texas)
- Occidental Exploration and Production Company
- Okinawa Electric Power Company, Inc (Okinawa, Japan)
- One Encyclopedia per Child
- Office of Employee Performance and Development
- Osrodek Elektronicznego Przetwarzania Danych (Polish data processing company)
- Optoelectronic Processing Elements
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced that Fremont, OH-based Woodbridge Corporation, a manufacturer of polyurethane foam seats for the automotive industry, will pay the agency $40,000 following an agreement to resolve violations of the company's air pollution control permit.
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently issued a final air permit to Coshocton Ethanol, LLC in Coshocton, OH.
This has led to increased enforcement of the state's C&D regulations, and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) is now taking a closer look at its own interpretation of those rules.
Miltner of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency says that he values the USGS' work on this project but that translating those results into specific policies or changes in industrial or agricultural practices is a long-term process.
and two of its subsidiaries have been ordered to pay a $209,000 civil penalty for failing to obtain permits from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency for equipment installed at its plants in Archbold, OH, according to a report in the Toledo Blade.