Call your local Fire Department and contact the Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources (ODNR).
If this is an emergency situation where safety is an issue, call 911 immediately!
If you detect a release of gas or fluids, you may want to call your local fire department and use ODNR’s computerized contact page: http://188.8.131.52/oil/report/
Contact an ODNR Inspector. Click on your region and find a list of inspectors by county : http://ohiodnr.com/mineral/inspectors/tabid/10355/default.aspx
For all emergencies related to a well drilling operation, call the National Response Center at : 1-800-424-8802
For anything related to water, contact: The EPA Tip Line – If you see suspicious activity, such as possibly unauthorized water withdrawals, illegal wastewater dumping, or other questionable activity, call the EPA’s Eyes on Drilling line at 1-877-919-4372 (toll free), or send a message to email@example.com
ODNR suggests… “At the well storage tanks there is an identification sign providing company contact as well as emergency contact information. The company contact as well as the emergency response number should be used depending on the nature of the issue. The emergency responders can address emergency issues (and notify ODNR) and can contact ODNR for non-emergency issues.”
Please note, NEOGAP suggests that if an emergency situation exists, you should NOT get near the storage tanks for your own safety and call 911.
Additional ODNR contact information: http://184.108.40.206/oil/resource/