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1. First things first, we are reviewing the ruling now.  Since yesterday’s decision, a lot needs to happen before the Regional Stormwater Management Program—suspended since September of 2013—gets back...

Today, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District’s appeal concerning the Regional Stormwater Management Program. Read the ruling. The Sewer District, under...

We’re taking the Cleveland/Pittsburgh rivalry off the field and into the water. The Sewer District’s Open House is Saturday, September 19, the same day Pittsburgh’s Allegheny County Sanitary Authority...

Mr. Wizard was Bill Nye before Bill Nye was The Science Guy. While preparing lab experiments and activities for our September 19 Open House (ahem, register today), a tweet...

Among the many exhibits, tours, and presentations slated for our September 19 Open House, a special conversation about Military Employment will be featured twice throughout the day to highlight...

“Cleveland is known across the country for its re-purposing vacant and abandoned properties for urban agriculture.” Those are the words of our Deputy Director of Watershed Programs Kyle Dreyfuss-Wells....

Lake Erie algae recently had WTAM’s Mike Trivisonno all worked up. We know the feeling. After an August show in which Trivisonno railed against the hazards of the toxic...

How do you take 280 acres of tanks, towers, and tunnels, and a process that takes more than 24 hours from start to finish, and trim it down to...

By U.S. Congress via Wikimedia Commons Congressman Louis Stokes was known for many things. While his actions to protect clean water may not be one of them,...

Turn a few simple household products into this great kids craft, Sunday afternoon project, or science-class demo. Leslie tells us how density and reactions help make these ingredients move...