EVENT: You really gotta go. To our Open House and #neorsdTOUR this Saturday.
|Wally Waterdrop and friends are ready to show what it takes to keep our Great Lake great.|
It’s the question that has confounded children for generations: “Where does it go when I flush the potty?”
The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District proudly answers one of life’s most important questions this Saturday, September 17, at the Southerly Wastewater Treatment Plant in Cuyahoga Heights.
This annual event offers opportunities for guests of all ages to tour the largest wastewater treatment in the State of Ohio, visit an award-winning laboratory, walk through a virtual sewer, learn about stormwater management, conduct experiments with “Zach the Mad Scientist” and experience first-hand the heavy machinery and vehicles required to maintain 350 miles of interceptor sewers.
“Nearly 2000 visitors came to our Open House last year,” said Constance Haqq, Director of Administration and External Affairs. “This event offers our customer the unique opportunity to see first-hand just what it takes for the Sewer District to keep our Great Lake great.”
More than 65 exhibitors will be on-site with hands-on, educational experiments and activities for audiences of all ages. Exhibitors include Cleveland Metroparks’ Nature Tracks, Greater Cleveland Aquarium, Drink Local Drink Tap, Cleveland Division of Water, Water Pollution Control, Mitchell’s Ice Cream, U.S. Coast Guard, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Journeyman Plumbers Union Local 55, Kurtz Bros., Earth Day Coalition, Fab Lab and more.
Special guests include 99.5 WGAR, Q104, The Singing Angels, Jungle Terry, Balloon Bender Dave and Amanda’s Elaborate Eyes. Food trucks Barrio, B&M BBQ and Wrap It Up will offer lunch for purchase.
Free ice cream and popcorn will be available to all guests.
All the event details are posted on our Facebook event page.