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Throwback Thursday is an opportunity to harken back to a time when we used the words “hence” and “typhoid” in daily American conversation. The 4-minute clip above is from a 20-minute 1928 educational silent film called “Health and Hygiene” which focused on the causes of common diseases and their...

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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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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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The last 12 months have been filled with clean-water progress and projects that affect every one of our customers and one million Northeast Ohio residents. Here are just a few of our 2010 accomplishments: Trustees unanimously adopt stormwater program The year began with Trustees adopting the District’s stormwater management...

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