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July 7, 2023 EPA Serious Violators List


69.1% of Ohio drinking water facilities listed no EPA violations

As of the latest complete inspection quarter, ended March 31, 2023:

There are 4,287 Drinking Water Facilities with active permits in Ohio
  • 1324 (30.9%) with Current Violations (down 52 from last reporting quarter)
  • 36 (0.84%) with Significant Violations (down 12 from last reporting quarter)
  • 361 (8.4%) with Formal Enforcement Actions (in the last 5 yrs)(no change)
  • 0 Criminal Prosecutions under the Safe Drinking Water Act
  • 42,227 (0.39%) Ohio residents served by Serious Violators (down 3917)
EPA Serious Violators List published July 7, 2023 :

Apple Creek Village Public Water Supply, pop 1190 (Wayne)
Beaver Creek Estates*, pop 39 (Geauga)
Casa Steak Seafood and Smoke House, pop 87, (Columbiana)
Deer Creek Golf Course*, pop 124 (Trumbull)
Dillonvale*, pop 665 (Jefferson)
Fairbridge Inn Express, pop 50 (Madison)
Glandorf Village*, pop 1001 (Putnam)
Hamler Village, pop 627 (Henry)
Hayden Heights Mobile Home Park*, pop 188 (Franklin)
Hidden Valley Campground, pop 50 (Portage)
Hollansburg Park/Ball Diamond Public Water System, pop 100 (Darke)
Holloway Public Water System*, pop 360 (Belmont)
Joe’s Place II, pop 100 (Shelby)
Lake Wapusun North Well Public Water System*, pop 453 (Wayne)
Laura Village PWS, pop 487 (Miami)
Lithopolis Village PWS, pop 1573 (Fairfield)
Majestic Oaks Lodge Public Water System, pop 32 (Hocking)
Maysville Regional Water, pop 6540 (Muskingum)
Mountainview Mobile Village*, 300 (Logan)
Northwestern Water and Sewer District - McComb Village*, pop 1699 (Hancock)
Oak Hills Mobile Home Park, pop 505 (Franklin)
Oasis of Love Community Church, pop 120 (Franklin)
Rock Creek Village, pop 529 (Ashtabula)
Rockford Village, pop 1120 (Mercer)
Salem – Lisbon KOA, pop 78 (Columbiana)
South Lebanon Village*, pop 4115 (Warren)
South Vienna Village Public Water System, pop 393 (Clark)
Terrace Lakes Camping, pop 100 (Columbiana)
The Church of God at Newark, pop 60 (Licking)
The Virtues Golf Club Clubhouse Public Water System, pop 150 (Licking)
Van Wert City*, pop 10,846 (Van Wert)
Westview Mobile Home Park, pop 450 (Wayne)
Woodland Hills Estates II*, pop 70 (Morgan)
Zane Shawnee Caverns, pop 40 (Logan)
*indicates a new listing in the current reporting period
facilities in bold have current drinking water advisories issued by Ohio EPA
 
Facilities removed from Serious Violators list in current reporting period
Ayersville Water and Sewer, pop 1660 (Defiance)
Beth Mobile Home Park, pop 188 (Stark)
Bill Hwangs Restaurant, pop 100 (Summit)
Blue Iguana PWS, pop 200 (Summit)
Brunersburg WD - Airport, pop 40 (Defiance)
Brunersburg – Evansport WD, pop 268 (Defiance)
Brush Creek Church of God, pop 50, Miami
Clover Valley Golf Club PWS, pop 90 (Licking)
Cuttys Sunset Camp PWS, pop 219 (Stark)
Debs Family Restaurant*, pop 64 (Carroll)
Delta Village PWS, pop 3518 (Fulton)
Dollar General #20756 Mount Sterling, pop 223 (Madison)
Dollar General #20694 Dunkirk, pop 204 (Hardin)
Fohl Village Mobile Home Park, pop 450 (Stark)
Geneva Hills – Geneva Lodge, pop 72 (Fairfield)
Global Compression Services*, pop 33 (Knox)
Holgate Village, pop 1150 (Henry)
London City PWS, pop 9394, (Madison)
Nelsonville PWS, pop 6656 (Athens)
Northeast Water System, pop 1250 (Fulton)
Put-in-Bay Village*, pop 700 (Ottawa)
Rayland Village, pop 417 (Jefferson)
South Solon Village Public Water System*, pop 395 (Madison)
Walt’s Tavern, pop 65 (Seneca)
Willow Lake Park, pop 110 (Trumbull)
From EPA definitions
“A Serious Violator (in the Safe Drinking Water Act program) is the most serious level of violation noted in EPA databases. This designation provides an indication of whether violations or noncompliance events at a given facility may pose a more severe level of concern for the environment or program integrity.”
*Note that drinking water information provided on this site is aggregated from the federal EPA database, state resources and local government sources where available.
EPA publishes violation and enforcement data quarterly, based on the inspection reports of the previous quarter.  Water systems, states and EPA take up to three months to verify this data is accurate and complete.
Specific questions about your local water supply should be directed to the facility.

The EPA safe drinking water facilities data available to the public presents what is known to the government based upon the most recently available information for more than one million regulated facilities. EPA and states inspect a percentage of facilities each year, but many facilities, particularly smaller ones, may not have received a recent inspection. It is possible that facilities do have violations that have not yet been discovered, thus are shown as compliant in the system.
EPA cannot positively state that facilities without violations shown in ECHO are necessarily fully compliant with environmental laws. Additionally, some violations at smaller facilities do not need to be reported from the states to EPA. If ECHO shows a recent inspection and the facility is shown with no violations identified, users of the ECHO site can be more confident that the facility is in compliance with federal programs.
The compliance status of smaller facilities that have not had recent inspections or review by EPA or the states may be unknown or only available via state data systems.
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