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The Cleveland Plain Dealer featured a story this weekend about the Sewer District’s $198 million Euclid Creek Tunnel (ECT) project, a component of its Project Clean Lake program. The...

Once the Sewer District’s consent decree—a $3 billion 25-year agreement between the Sewer District and Federal and State agencies to reduce raw-sewage discharges to the environment—was lodged in Federal...

The public comment period on the Sewer District’s consent decree with the Environmental Protection Agency will close Friday, January 28. The Federal Register offers instructions for commenting. Known as...

In the last year, the Sewer District has grown its social media presence to better serve its customers in Northeast Ohio. But how are we using the accounts and...

Sewer System Maintenance & Operation crews transmit GPS coordinates of a sewer manhole location, collecting data for the Sewer District’s geographic information system (GIS).

Heavy rainstorms can cause local stream flooding and erosion problems, as well as cause some older sewers to exceed their capacities. But in winter months, do blizzards like the...

Unidentified photo from NEORSD archives, circa 1909

From Executive Director Julius Ciaccia | Today, an article appeared in The Plain Dealer about allegations of bid-rigging in the salt industry that cost the State of Ohio and...

The Sewer District has two Twitter accounts, this blog, a YouTube channel, and is building a Facebook presence as well to better communicate with customers. As customers, Northeast Ohioans,...