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Image courtesy Library of Congress Happy anniversary! On this date in 1919, America officially became a “dry” country as prohibition became the law of the land. Following the ratification of the 18th amendment, there was a whole lotta alcohol that needed to be disposed of around the country, and...

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Image credit Alexander Malloy, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District Security officers responded to an early Thursday morning crash at our Easterly plant today where a driver careened off the road, demolishing our main gate welcome sign. Paramedics took the driver to the hospital following the accident and his condition...

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Plant operations and the wastewater treatment process are the focus of our latest issue of Clean Water Works, an award-winning technical magazine covering subjects relevant to the water industry. View it below or open the publication in a new window. RELATED: Don’t miss our online-only Web Extras: The facts...

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A major contributor to toxic algae threatening Lake Erie is phosphorus, a key component of agricultural fertilizers and a building block of life itself. While most of it flows to the lake from stormwater runoff, wastewater plants must monitor and manage phosphorus as it makes its way through the...

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