OAQDA Update on the COVID-19 Emergency
Notice on Project Type
The role of the Ohio Air Quality Development Authority is to provide for the conservation of air as a natural resource of the state to prevent or abate the pollution of the air, to provide for the comfort, health, safety and general welfare of all citizens of the state and to assist in the financing of air quality facilities for industry, commerce, and research.
The Authority’s power is drawn from its enabling legislation, found in ORC Chapter 3706. OAQDA has the authority to:
Its primary purpose is to contribute to cleaner air in Ohio by assisting Ohio businesses to invest in air quality through the provision of conduit financing for the purchase, construction and/or installation of air quality facilities.