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Your Sewer District partnered with Drink Local. Drink Tap. along with the Cleveland Division of Water and other partners to help more than 200 local middle- and high-school students better understand the value of clean water and our own water resources. In celebration of World Water Day, DLDT coordinated a march from Cleveland City Hall ...

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 which ones have the news you need? Here’s a quick overview: @wallywaterdrop: Our spokesdrop Wally Waterdrop is an active tweeter, and he tweets news about the ...

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We want to make sewers great again. Our first-ever #SewerDebate will take place on Twitter all day Tuesday, April 26. You will be able to cast your votes in a series of Twitter polls throughout the day as we pose water and infrastructure questions about the four leading Presidential contenders. The questions will help us ...

December is upon us and we’re in a GIF-giving mood. Share your best water- or sanitation-related GIFs with us and we’ll post them here to see and share all holiday-season long. Tag us on Twitter with @neorsd or #h2oGIFexchange and share the clean-water meme love. What better way to show someone you care. About clean ...

VIEW THE SLIDEDECK. If you missed it, you can register for our next SewerU January 26. All participants graduate sewer cum laude with a Business major and a minor in puns. Have you ever wondered where “it” goes in Northeast Ohio? If so, register for our first ever Sewer University (#SewerU) Tuesday, November 10 from ...

Open House attendance increase tops 228% over last year as two sewer districts compete in Open House visitors, social media Mark the Mad Scientist amazed guests at Saturday’s record-setting Open House. With the help of our 1,725 guests last Saturday, the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District flushed Pittsburgh! Attendance at the 8th Annual Open House ...

Mr. Wizard was Bill Nye before Bill Nye was The Science Guy. While preparing lab experiments and activities for our September 19 Open House (ahem, register today), a tweet came across our @WallyWaterdrop feed: Meet the science guy who inspired Bill Nye: Mr. Wizard http://t.co/uF1tJZbwXy pic.twitter.com/oS6B3pvRRi— At the Smithsonian (@AroundTheMall) September 8, 2015 As author ...

Despite a sketchy 1954 report of a bull-shark attack on Lake Michigan, fears of a Great Lakes Sharknado is nothing to keep you up at night. But could any Great Lakes monster rain from the sky in a so-bad-it’s-good made-for-SyFy-channel movie? Our investigators named one. “I would say the sea lamprey,” said Supervisor of Environmental ...

In a whirlwind of scents, sludge, and sights seen by few other eyes, Infrastructure Week last week allowed visitors and followers an underground behind-the-scenes look at the sewers that help make clean water possible. “It’s kind of amazing what exists under a manhole cover,” as WCPN’s Anne Glausser put it as she peered down the ...

Known as the Fairhill-MLK Green Infrastructure Ambassador Project on the northeast corner of Fairhill Road and Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in Cleveland, this functional and aesthetic project will control stormwater and reduce the amount of water reaching the combined sewer system. Green infrastructure includes a range of stormwater control measures—plant/soil systems, permeable pavement or ...

If you are joining us this Saturday, make sure your phone is charged and get your Tweeting thumbs ready. Our Open House this Saturday, September 27 from 9 to 2 starting at our Environmental & Maintenance Services Center will feature a photo contest and you can join the fun using the #neorsdTOUR hashtag. RELATED: 5 ...

Storm debris clogs the Cuyahoga River under Alexander Road in Valley View May 13, 2014. Could $20 million in inaccessible funds have helped local communities respond to storm damage following Northeast Ohio’s torrential downpour earlier this week? That’s a question we raised here May 13. Communities are facing storm clean-up challenges while $20 million sits ...

Reality television is about to hit a new low: Sewers, and the team who keeps things flowing. United Utilities—one of the UK’s largest water and wastewater service providers—will star in a six-part documentary series called “Watermen: A dirty business” on BBC2 starting today. United Utilities will be tweeting along with the series using the hashtag ...

@CIFF @wallywaterdrop gr8 partnerships yield gr8 results (& dry phones) Ty @neorsd for sponsoring gr8est film fest pic.twitter.com/v7VvJwSDL5 — joecimperman (@joecimperman) April 11, 2013 The Cleveland International Film Festival returns today, and with 93,000+ admissions last year, we know all sorts of eyes will be focused on our city—and thousands of visitors will be making ...

A recent survey shows 60% of Super Bowl viewers plan to use a mobile device while watching the big game. While we haven’t commissioned a [Dr. Evil style air quotes] “sur-vey” [end air quotes], our intuition tells us 100% of Super Bowl viewers also will either use the bathroom, run a faucet, or flush a ...

Statistics show we use the restroom about seven times every day. That means public restrooms get a lot of use, and based on the amount of wastewater we treat every day, we know that from experience. In 2013, your Sewer District found some unique opportunities to educate and communicate in the very place where our ...

A holiday lunch at our Administration offices ended with one of our managers receiving a crocheted mini toilet, handmade by one of our colleagues, Marina. Um yes please. #Adorable #Weird, #ButAdorable pic.twitter.com/mfVtPR9E0M — Spokesdrop, NEORSD (@wallywaterdrop) December 14, 2013 We think Marina made it without a pattern, which makes us love it even more, but ...