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Todd Andexler, left, and Pete Lehman, creative minds behind @neorsd’s Sewer Simulator. When you can’t take guests underground, bring the underground above ground. That’s exactly what Todd and Pete did. If you attended the District’s Open House this year or last, you may have walked through our Sewer Simulator....

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Front: Christen Wood, Doug Dietzel, Dan Valek.Back: Karl Ellis, Jimmy Spencer, John Corn. New Orleans, here we come. In June, the District’s Operations Challenge team competed at the Ohio Water Environment Association (OWEA) competition in Aurora, Ohio, and their top finish guaranteed them a spot at national competition in...

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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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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...

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We’re taking the Cleveland/Pittsburgh rivalry off the field and into the water. The Sewer District’s Open House is Saturday, September 19, the same day Pittsburgh’s Allegheny County Sanitary Authority ALCOSAN hosts their annual event. The two agencies will go head-to-head in a battle of attendance and social media. RSVP:...

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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...

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