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The first of six public meetings to present the Sewer District’s proposed 2012-2016 rate schedule drew about 25 guests at Maple Heights Library last night. The presentation included an...

Tomorrow night’s rate-information meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. at the Maple Heights library. We will present the Sewer District’s proposed 2012 rate schedule and new affordability program, and...

Did you know? | Inflow and infiltration are common problems in aging sewer systems. As sewers age, cracks form and rain and groundwater rapidly seep into them (infiltration, as...

A Facebook commenter asked us what happens to the material that maintenance trucks suck out of the catch basins. This morning we confirmed the practice with a representative of...

The Sewer District will present a series of meetings beginning in April to share project information, as well as rate and affordability program details, across our service area. All...

Although the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District’s Southerly Wastewater Treatment Plant was impacted earlier today by flooding, the WWTP continued to treat wastewater throughout the morning. The WWTP is...

The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District’s Southerly Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) is experiencing flooding and is limited in its capabilities to treat wastewater entering the plant. This morning’s flooding...

Last year was marked by distinct discussions about stormwater and combined sewers and the problem each is causing across Northeast Ohio. The Sewer District developed detailed programs to address...

Greg Glover, Victor Chan, and Gerald Borling check the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) to monitor phosphorous levels in the wastewater. In 2010, each of the District’s treatment plants achieved...