Doan Valley Tunnel will bring more Lake Erie relief as Project Clean Lake reaches major milestone

interior of a 20-foot wide concrete sewer tunnel during construction. smooth concrete slab walls made visible with hanging construction lights. ventilation ductwork above and train rails below for crews to access the site.
The 20-foot-wide Doan Valley Tunnel during construction in 2020. NEORSD file photo.

How federal support can help advance the affordable clean water cause at this critical time

Marvel’s latest release continues disappointing lack of sewer infrastructure moments

All of us make decisions on how we pay for things. How utilities pay for very expensive construction makes a big difference.

Doan Valley Relief and Consolidation Sewer construction. NEORSD file photo.

No, it’s not an option. But if we explore how treatment processes affect the properties of water, then this is what would happen.

Aringo Photo under CC BY-SA 2.0 Creative Commons

Improvements completed as beach season, daily recreational water quality testing resumes

Recent sewer improvements aim to keep this combined sewer overflow flap gate at Edgewater Beach closed.

We’ve always been environmentally minded. Our new sustainability plan is all about intentionality.

sprawling green marshy basin, partially filled with water and spotted with rocks and pink flowers in the foreground. homes are visible in the background. this greenspace sits in the community of East Cleveland, filtering stormwater naturally into the environment instead of contributing to combined sewers.
Bioretention basin on Scioto Avenue in East Cleveland, an example of sustainable green infrastructure. Photo by Anne Roberto @neorsd.

How sound management, better borrowing made a big difference in rate plans for 2022–2026

Dugway Storage Tunnel file photo taken during construction in April 2017.

How nature-based solutions help keep streams healthy and give sewers a longer life

Fleet Avenue green infrastructure basin collects stormwater runoff, allowing it to filter naturally into the environment instead of contributing to the combined sewer system.

Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

Official Medium channel of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District in Cleveland, OH

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