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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 to customers this summer to remind them of the upcoming charges, explain how the fee is assessed and spent, and...

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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 you to the Are-you-kidding-me?-Is-that-thing-still-alive?!? water bear, also known as the tardigrade. These microscopic buggers are known for their ability to...

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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 the occasion. If that beverage is alcohol, we hope you drink responsibly, but with that comes responsible hydration. Did you...

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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 helps our investigators trace the source and destination of flows in our streams and sewers, and the glowing-green dye is...

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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 to construction impacts in your community? Perhaps, but if those are honest reactions, then we want our social dialogues to...

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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 infrastructure, we are making improvements to keep our Great Lake great. To help our ratepayers understand what this investment means...

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