The Village of Amesville will soon become Ohio's first decentralized wastewater system construction project. While there are examples from other parts of the state where onsite management programs have been establish, such as Hamilton County, this will be the first project using state and federal funding to pay for the construction and installation of decentralized wastewater treatment equipment for a community-wide system. Construction began in the summer of 2007, and was completed last year. The system is now successfully running, and will save residents hundreds of dollars each year in utilitiy bills as compared to what they would have been for a traditional centralized system.
To download a slide Presentation (created in March 2009) about the project, please click here.
For more information, contact Kurtis Strickland at (740) 682-8414.