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Ashtabula County Port Authority Implements Abandoned Gas Station Fund Grant; Wins Another

5/8/2017

The Ashtabula County Port Authority implemented their $99,000 Ohio Development Service Agency (ODSA) Abandoned Gas Station assessment/clean up grant at a former gas station located at a key intersection in Austinburg, Ohio.

Ashtabula County Port Authority Wins New Abandoned Gas Station Fund Grant

Ashtabula County Port Authority Wins New Abandoned Gas Station Fund Grant

9/7/2016

GT assisted the Ashtabula Co. Port Authority prepare a grant application which was awarded $99,000 from ODSA's Abandoned Gas Station Cleanup Program.

GT Celebrates 20th Anniversary

11/2/2015

It was twenty years ago this past weekend that Michael Greenberg and Chuck Taylor started GT Environmental, Inc. (GT).

New $20 Million Gas Station Cleanup Fund

8/11/2015

Governor Kasich’s recently approved state budget includes a new fund for assessing and cleaning up certain types of abandoned gas station sites.

BUSTR’s Interest-Free Loan Deadline Application Ends December 31

10/31/2014

Applications for the 2015 Underground Storage Tank (UST) Revolving Loan Fund Program (RLF) will be accepted until December 31, 2014. Learn more about eligibility and requirements.

New VAP Rules Start August 1, 2014

New VAP Rules Start August 1, 2014

7/30/2014

The Voluntary Action Program (VAP) 5-year rule review process has been completed, and the new VAP rule goes into effect August 1, 2014. Learn more about the major changes.

JobsOhio Revitalization Fund is Here!

JobsOhio Revitalization Fund is Here!

4/22/2014

The new JobsOhio Revitalization Fund is open for business. Learn more about the four major advantages to the new program!

Brownfields - August 19, 2013

8/19/2013

New Funding Era for Ohio Brownfield Cleanups

Get set for the final changes to Clean Ohio – the state’s primary funding mechanism for brownfield cleanup and redevelopment.