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Craig W. Butler

Wrong Craig W. Butler?

Director

Phone: (614) ***-****  
Email: c***@***.gov
Local Address:  Ohio , United States
Ohio Environmental Protection Agency
50 West Town Street Suite 700
Columbus , Ohio 43216
United States

Company Description: Ohio EPA: The Ohio EPA maintains a free searchable database of company environmental compliance documents.
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    Ohio EPA

Education

  • BA , Geography and Environmental Science
    Mansfield University
  • Masters , Environmental Science
    Ohio University
191 Total References
Web References
Urgent warnings should have been sent ...
www.morningjournal.com, 30 Jan 2016 [cached]
Urgent warnings should have been sent to the village of Sebring after officials failed to notify all water users within 60 days that tests during the late summer showed high levels of lead in at six homes, said Craig Butler, head of Ohios Environmental Protection Agency.
It is not as if there was no communication, but I dont think it was strong enough, he said.
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Congressman Tim Ryan of the Youngstown area has called on Butler to resign, and Democratic state Rep.
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The village should have told all residents about the contaminated water by the end of November, Butler said. The agency sent the village a notice in early December that said it had missed the deadline.
Butler said that he first learned Jan. 21 of the high lead readings and immediately told the village to issue an advisory saying children and pregnant women shouldnt drink their tap water.
The state also moved to remove the water plant manager and sent a team of investigators to the village.
An administrator with the U.S. EPAs Great Lakes regional office sent a letter to Butler this week that said the state agency had taken steps that go beyond whats required in the federal rules regarding lead and water.
COLUMBUS - "The confirmation that Ohio ...
ohiocitizen.org, 28 Jan 2016 [cached]
COLUMBUS - "The confirmation that Ohio would prefer to litigate rather than immediately comply backs up Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Director Craig Butler's assertion earlier this week that it would be 'irresponsible' for the U.S. EPA to force immediate compliance until the legal issue is resolved. The issue? It's not [...]
Ohio EPA Director Craig ...
www.akronlegalnews.com, 29 Jan 2016 [cached]
Ohio EPA Director Craig Butler has asked the U.S. EPA to open a criminal investigation.
Butler said his agency was "too patient" in pushing for public notification about potential lead hazards after testing found high levels at a handful of older homes starting in June.
"We should have had this elevated for immediate action sooner," Butler said. "Our number one priority is protecting the public health."
Environmental Protection ...
www.tauntongazette.com, 29 Jan 2016 [cached]
Environmental Protection Agency Director Craig Butler says officials in Sebring near Youngstown missed several deadlines to notify the public. But he also said Friday that the agency waited too long to take formal action. Ohio Democrats in Congress and the legislature are asking the state EPA why months passed before residents found out about the contaminated water. Congressman Tim Ryan of the Youngstown area has called on Butler to resign, saying the state should have stepped in sooner.
Urgent warnings should have been sent ...
www.waynesvilledailyguide.com, 29 Jan 2016 [cached]
Urgent warnings should have been sent to the village of Sebring after officials failed to notify all water users within 60 days that tests during the late summer showed high levels of lead in at six homes, said Craig Butler, head of Ohio's Environmental Protection Agency. "It is not as if there was no communication, but I don't think it was strong enough," he said.
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Congressman Tim Ryan of the Youngstown area has called on Butler to resign, and Democratic state Rep.
...
The village should have told all residents about the contaminated water by the end of November, Butler said. The agency sent the village a notice in early December that said it had missed the deadline. Butler said that he first learned Jan. 21 of the high lead readings and immediately told the village to issue an advisory saying children and pregnant women shouldn't drink their tap water. The state also moved to remove the water plant manager and sent a team of investigators to the village. An administrator with the U.S. EPA's Great Lakes regional office sent a letter to Butler this week that said the state agency had taken steps that go beyond what's required in the federal rules regarding lead and water.
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