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5 Sample Questions

 A Discharging land application system means a land application system that:
Select all that apply

  • A. Regardless of whether a land application contract allows isolation distance requirements to be waived, does not meet the isolation distance requirements in this rule
  • B. Proposes to land apply on sites where drain tiles are, or will be, less than two vertical feet below final grade
  • C. Proposes to land apply on frozen or snow covered ground
  • D. Proposes to land apply during precipitation events

 A __________________ means a terrain with an assemblage of landforms such as sinkholes and caves that are due to weathering of predominantly carbonate bedrock.  

  • A. Lagoon
  • B. Loess
  • C. Karst
  • D. Kettles

 A _____________________ means an earthen or partially earthen impoundment that is used for the treatment of sewage or liquid industrial waste.

  • A. Lagoon
  • B. Loess
  • C. Karst
  • D. Holding tank

 A _________________________________________ means a deed showing ownership, or a contract or agreement that describes the land where treated sewage or liquid industrial waste will be applied and that allows treated sewage or liquid industrial wast to be land applied. 

  • A. land application area
  • B. land application contract
  • C. land application management plan
  • D. land application system

 A Professional Soil Scientist means an individual with a 
Select all that apply

  • A. member of Ohio Association of Podiatrists
  • B. American registry of certified professionals in agronomy in crops and soil
  • C. baccalaureate degree with a major in agronomy, soils, or a closely allied field of principles of pedology
  • D. member of Ohio Association of Pedologists

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OTCO Class A Wastewater Course (For STS Renewals)

The objective in using this Ohio EPA Class A Training Manual course to to educate individuals on the basics of wastewater treatment from a small system perspective or to borrow a phrase from Dr. John Buchanon: "Small Pipe People". Being a 'Big Pipe Person" since 1976 and a Class III Wastewater Operator since 1987, I can easily take for granted the knowledge one can acquire regarding the efforts to protect our natural, renewal resource: Water let us not forget we are to protect public's health. This particular manual was a labor of love from the Ohio EPA's Compliance Assistance Unit also know as the USEPA Region V, 104g training group. I thank the Ohio EPA for supporting their efforts since the 1980's. I particular want to recognized one of the humble unsung heroes of our profession Mr. Keith Kroeger. Keith retired in 2015 from Ohio EPA was a driving force for small wastewater systems outreach in throughout Ohio.  Keith Kroeger, thank you and enjoy your retirement. Rick                  Keith                Rick              John Established by Section 104(g)(1) of the Federal Clean Water Act, the four CAU members help bring wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) facilities into compliance and/or to maintain compliance. Our goal is to improve the water quality of our streams, rivers, and lakes by assisting WWTPs that need help in meeting their National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit. The Compliance Assistance Program seldom works without total commitment from community officials. In order to achieve success, we need the same level of commitment from everyone involved: village administrators, superintendents, plant operators, etc.