The Ohio Air Quality Development Authority (OAQDA) is a non-regulatory agency created by the Ohio General Assembly in 1970 to provide for the conservation of air as a natural resource of the state by preventing or abating air pollution. It accomplishes this by helping businesses finance air quality facilities.
OAQDA is committed to helping businesses obtain the most productive equipment in the most cost-effective ways possible to improve air quality and energy efficiency. Many companies realize both tax savings and lower utility bills through their energy efficiency projects.
And within the OAQDA, the Clean Air Resource Center (CARC) helps small businesses (100 employees or less) find the most cost-effective ways to meet the requirements of the Clean Air Act.
Read more about OAQDA services here. 5/4/2017