Ohio EPA program funds septic replacement

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Ohio EPA estimates that over 30 percent of septic systems are not functioning properly, causing potential harm to public health. The State’s EPA’s Water Pollution Control Loan Fund began in 2016 and has since provided over $12.5 million to residents and fixed 1,200 septic systems. Through the loan program, residents could receive 50-100% of the funds needed to repair or replace their systems.
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