Ohio Rural Water Association – free on-site technical assistance for water and wastewater in rural communities
USGS WaterWatch Ohio – See interactive maps about streamflow, flood, drought and other summary data for Ohio rivers
Know Your Well Water – Ohio Watershed Network provides free well water data interpretation tool
Keep Ohio Waters Clean – Ohio Water Environment Association guide about responsible usage of drains and toilets
Find Your Watershed – US EPA is providing tool that helps you to find information about the watershed you live in. Once you locate your watershed, simply click on the first link, “citizen-based groups at work in this watershed,” to find a listing of organizations that are working to protect water quality. You may wish to contact one of these groups to find out about cleanups, monitoring activities, restoration projects and other activities.
Ohio Algae Information for Recreational Water – Ohio EPA together with other State Agencies maintains website with summary information about public beaches and harmful algal blooms (HAB).
Ohio Beach Closure – Ohio conducts a monitoring and notification program of selected public and semi-private beaches located along the Ohio/Lake Erie border. Beach Guard provides data on advisories as well as monitoring activity.
American Water Works Association – Ohio Section – Established in 1881, the American Water Works Association is the largest nonprofit, scientific and educational association dedicated to managing and treating water, the world’s most important resource.
Environmental Education Council of Ohio (EECO) – leads in facilitating environmental education that fosters global stewardship and a sustainable future for all Ohioans.
Environmental Professionals Network at OSU – Ohio is home to thousands of environmental professionals working every day to make the world a better place. Join our community today!
Ohio Department of Natural Resources – Soil and Water Division – Provide leadership and services that enable Ohioans to conserve, protect, and enhance soil, water, and land resources.
Ohio Water Development Authority – Provides financial assistance for environmental infrastructure from the sale of municipal revenue bonds through loans to local governments in Ohio and from issuance of industrial revenue bonds for qualified projects in Ohio.
Ohio Water Environment Association – The Ohio Water Environment Association is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) association that provides technical education and training for Ohio water quality professionals who clean water and return it safely to the environment.
Operator Training Commitee of Ohio – OTCO’s philosophy has always been to make broad comprehensive training available in order to produce well-informed, technically qualified water and wastewater personnel who are firmly grounded in the fundamentals–not just to train individuals for passing examinations.
Water Management Association of Ohio – The Water Management Association of Ohio promotes the comprehensive understanding, conservation and multifaceted use of Ohio’s water resources.