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TMACOG’s Environmental Planning Department is now the Water Quality Department. | Event Display

TMACOG will design and coordinate the improvement of the environmental quality in the TMACOG region by providing technical expertise and a regional forum for our members and stakeholders.

Water Quality Council
Thursday March 9
Water Quality Council
Time: 1:30 p.m.
Location: TMACOG Boardroom
Contact: Kurt Erichsen,
ext. 126

Past meeting dates:
Friday February 3 |Presentation
TMACOG Water Quality Council – Regional Water Planning Committee | Special
Friday February 3
1:00 to 3:00 PM
Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Drive – Grand Concourse

Thursday, January 19
Water Quality Council

Agenda & related documents
Time: 1:30 p.m.
Location: TMACOG Boardroom
Contact: Kurt Erichsen,
ext. 126

Water Quality Council Meeting|Agenda
Friday, December 2, 2016
10:00 A.M.
University of Toledo – Main Campus
1825 West Rocket Drive
Room 1006
UT Law Building

September 8, 2016 |Photos
Time: 1 p.m.
Location: TMACOG
Contact: Kurt Erichsen, ext. 126


NEW Ohio EPA’s Nutrient Mass Balance
Study for Ohio’s Major Rivers


Stormwater Webcast Series

2017 Schedule NEW

>> Unblock Those Storm       more

Regional Water Information:
>> Customers to keep options open
>> Toledo council OKs regionwide system

TMACOG Regional Water Rate Study     Executive Summary

>>TMACOG Regional Water Rate Study      Final Report

>>TMACOG Regional Water
     Rate Study FAQ

>>TMACOG Areawide Water Quality      Management Plan June 2016

>>Click here for all Water Quality department meetings



Student Watershed Watch


Shared Services for Water and Sewer
Practical advice for smaller communities on how to band together to fund and build water and sewer systems. See and download the presentations from Ohio EPA, USDA, Ohio Public Works, Small Communities Environmental Infrastructure Group, and others.


Tools for Reducing Phosphorus in the Portage and Toussaint Watersheds.>>read more

Clean Ohio Funds>>read more

Construction Site SWP3s
Made Better
>>Agenda & presentations

Clean Ohio Funds Preserve Oak Openings Region

Three projects of the Metroparks of the Toledo Area are the top ranked applications and have been recommended for funding through the Clean Ohio Fund.
>>read more

Maumee Bay State Park Update

The safe use of Maumee Bay and beaches, especially at Maumee Bay State Park, is often impaired by fecal contamination of recreational waters from a variety of sources.
>>read more



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