Sample Questions

 Based on the Table 4-1, Identification of projects for which the Ohio EPA division of surface water shall coordinate with which other agency concerning onsite sewage treatment system greater than one thousand gallons per day?

  • A. Division of materials and waste management
  • B. division of air pollution control
  • C. division of drinking and ground waters
  • D. none of the above

 In deciding whether to approve or deny a permit to install or plan approval, the director shall take into consideration the following factors:
Social and economic impacts not relevant to the environment, if applicable, that may be a consequence of issuance of the permit to install or plan approval.

  • A. True
  • B. False

 With reference to a political subdivision or investor-owned public utility, the director may periodically audit the review the agreement performed under any agreement and may terminate the agreement for __________________________________.   
Select all that apply

  • A. failure to follow Ohio EPA policies and criteria
  • B. loss of qualified official or employee
  • C. failure to follow Ohio EPA procedures and rules
  • D. poor quality review

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