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Who was she? We posted this image on our Facebook page in 2011 but had no other information on her at the time. No one in our sewer maintenance department could identify her, and little was known about the equipment it appeared she was using. It became a favorite...

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Like rummaging through family photos from a dusty hatbox in the attic, finding a photo in our Sewer District archives can have amazing emotional impacts. We found this one today. This undated Cleveland Plain Dealer photo by Marv Greebe was taken sometime in the 1960s, showing former PD reporter...

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Headed to our Open House Saturday? We’re excited about it, and hope you are, too. Earlier this week we sent an email to attendees who registered online, and also posted the same news on our Facebook event page, just to provide an update. Here’s the latest. RSVP Be sure...

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In celebration of our 40th anniversary, we invite you to attend the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District’s 5th annual “Where Does It Go?” Open House on Saturday, September 8. The event will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m at the Westerly Wastewater Treatment Plant near Edgewater State...

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Expansion of our Easterly Wastewater Treatment Plant. April 5, 1932. Our history predates our creation. Make sense? This year marks the 40th anniversary of the creation of the Cleveland Regional Sewer District, which would later be renamed the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District. But that doesn’t mean the area’s...

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Image by Robert Frank, 1955. Our student assistant Stephanie Harris uncovered a great bit of nostalgia recently when she included the phrase “drive-in theater” in a story about our Southerly wastewater treatment plant in Cuyahoga Heights. That’s right. Our current plant’s footprint covers a space that used to be...

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