Ohio EPA's eBusiness Center (eBiz) is a secure portal for online business services. The eBusiness Center is the entry point for our customers to electronically complete and file reports, make payments and submit permit and grant applications.



Services Available


  • Division of Air Pollution Control - Air Services through the eBusiness Center include:
    • permit applications;
    • permit-related reporting;
    • annual emissions reporting;
    • asbestos certification, licensing and training applications;
    • demolition project notifications;
    • asbestos abatement notifications; and
    • asbestos training notifications.

  • Division of Drinking and Ground Waters
    • Electronic Drinking Water Reports (eDWR) allows public water systems to submit their monthly operating reports and certified laboratories to report chemical and microbiological sample results.

    • Operator Certification (OpCert): Exam applications, renewals and contact hours. Exam and training providers can submit applications and upload grades and attendance records. The ePay system allows users to pay OpCert renewal fees and exam application fees.

  • Division of Environmental Response and Revitalization - the eDRUMS web-based hazardous waste biennial reporting for large quantity generators and TSD facilities through eBusiness Center saves time and prevents common errors through built-in edit checks.

  • Division of Materials and Waste Management - licensing and/or registration for the following types of regulated facilities:
    • composting;
    • construction and demolition debris landfill;
    • infectious waste generator or treatment facility;
    • industrial or residual solid waste landfill;
    • municipal solid waste landfill or transfer facility;
    • scrap tire collection, recovery, storage, transporter, or monofill or monocell; and
    • solid or infectious waste incinerator.

  • Division of Surface Water
    • Electronic Discharge Monitoring Report (eDMR) system provides the permitted community a reliable and simple method to electronically report sampling data measurements in response to the reporting requirements within their environmental permits.

    • Surface Water Tracking, Reporting, and Electronic Application Management System (STREAMS) allows online submittal of various permit applications and forms, including National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) general and individual permits and indirect discharge permits.

  • Office of Environmental Education - Ohio Environmental Education Fund now allows submittal of grant applications and reviews through the eBusiness Center.

  • Office of Fiscal Administration - fee payments including:
    • non-Title V notices of violations (NOVs);
    • conference fees;
    • application fees for
      • solid waste;
      • construction and demolition debris (C&DD);
      • infectious waste; and
      • scrap tire registrations and licenses.
    • disposal fees for
      • solid waste;
      • construction and demolition debris (C&DD)
    • licensing fees for public water system license-to-operate, operator certification and others.