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“Part of the story is that we have to leave it as an old landfill.” Cleveland Metroparks Education Specialist Mark Warman recently told Fox8 News’ New Day Cleveland...

Since being authorized last September, the Sewer District has been preparing for a July 2016 restart of assessing regional stormwater management program fees.  An informational postcard will be mailed...

The meme to end all memes wants you to know that some things are worth crying over. Here are five unexpected events that get Crying Jordan all misty. Seeing...

For all you The Walking Dead fans out there, you may be surprised to see a similarity between this AMC franchise and the science of water quality. We introduce...

Why drinking responsibly means hydrating responsibly Whether celebrating a holiday or the end of a work week, many people kick back a glass of their favorite beverage to toast...

Chicago can have its green river. Water Quality and Industrial Surveillance Investigator Kelsey Amidon shows us how we go green (green dye, actually) to protect water quality. Fluorescent dye...

Sewer projects often are much more than sewers. And solutions can be found beyond the construction sites many are used to. One of our current projects scheduled for this...

As a public utility on social media, we welcome the new reaction options Facebook offers.  Could we see a lot more Angry reactions to rate stories? or Sad reactions...

Over the next five years, the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is making a huge investment in Greater Cleveland. Whether it’s tunnels, sewers, pump stations, stormwater solutions or green...

Three issues are critical to the future of clean water systems, Sewer District fully supports Value of Water Coalition guidelines for sustainable future  If Charleston and Toledo were water-quality...