Ohio’s Domestic Action Plan (DAP) will advance efforts toward the proposed 40% nutrient reduction target put forth in the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement of 2012 (GLWQA). It is being developed in conjunction with the USEPA Draft DAP. The USEPA DAP will serve as an umbrella document, and the states of Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania are each developing their own state level plans (list of links to federal, state, and province draft DAPs).
The final due date for the combined US Federal/State DAPs was February 28, 2018.
Final Ohio Domestic Action Plan 1.1 as sent to USEPA 8/31/18
Appendix C - Point Source Facilities (Excel spreadsheet)
Supporting files and references
Ohio EPA Press Release about transmittal of Ohio's DAP to USEPA
Ohio Domestic Action Plan 1.0 as sent to USEPA 2-07-2018
Final Draft Ohio Domestic Action Plan as sent to USEPA 11-17-2017 (includes appendices)
Response to comments not incorporated
Monitoring Station Maps/Presentation to Stakeholders 8-18-2017
Ohio EPA Press Release about Ohio's draft DAP
Public Meetings Presentation (as PDF)
State of Ohio's Western Basin of Lake Erie Collaborative Implementation Framework posted here.
Ohio EPA Resources:
Tracking Nutrients to Guide Management Actions Across Northwest Ohio Watersheds - OEPA presentation at OSG SOS conference 2018
Nutrient Pollution - Includes links to Ohio's Nutrient Reduction Strategy and Nutrient Mass Balance Studies
Lake Erie Program - Includes links to Ohio Phosphorus Task Force resources
Correspondence or public comment regarding the Ohio DAP is welcome at any time and may be emailed to: email@example.com. We will direct it to the appropriate agency staff.