The mission of the
Environmental Health Division is to protect the Logan
County community’s health from physical, chemical and
biological hazards through inspection, surveillance,
The Environmental Health
Division is involved in a wide range of programs that
have the potential to impact the health and welfare of
the citizens within Logan County’s Health District.
These programs deal with a
variety of issues, including the food we eat, the
water we drink, the air we breathe, the soil around
our homes, the disposal of wastes, and the way we
affect the health of those around us.
Conducting an Indoor Air
Quality Investigation Using Phase Assessment
by Darin Cozatt, RS, MS was
published in the May/June, 2008 Ohio Journal of
Dr. Boyd Hoddinott
completed a Masters in Public Health with his
culminating project entitled Horizontal
Subsurface Flow Constructed Wetlands for On-site
Wastewater Treatment. His
research was published by Wright State University,
School of Public Health.