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The Sewer District's investments since 1972, made to assure clean water for a Greater Cleveland, officially surpassed the $2 billion mark following the June 16 Board meeting.

Over more than 30 years of clean-water work, the Regional Sewer District has concentrated its efforts in plant and interceptor rehabilitation, construction, facilities upgrades and expansion, and combined sewer overflow (CSO) control. Future business will focus on maintaining and improving our current infrastructure, and embarking on an extensive CSO control program which the District is scheduling over a 30-year timeframe.

The results of this ongoing investment can be seen in national honors awarded to our treatment plants for reducing pollution, decreased combined sewer overflow volume, increased fish diversity and improved health, and decreased bacteria levels in the Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie.