Sewer District Open House: Missing Out Would Stink

More an 2200 visitors came to last year's Open House at the Sewer District.

by Brittney Fort

Whether it’s number one or number two, have you always wondered what happens once you flush the toilet?

Find out at the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District’s Open House on Sept. 16 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tour the largest wastewater treatment plant in Ohio and learn all about wastewater treatment from the knowledgeable tour guides. Join the lab tours, get up close with the huge work trucks, or step inside the Sewer Simulator. There is an activity for your whole family.

Kids can show off their creative ability by decorating hard hats, or enjoy face painting and balloon animals, but that’s not all. Kids can touch the trucks and enjoy all the hands-on exhibits. Learn about animals and reptiles with Jungle Terry and Jungle Bob while enjoying free ice cream. Special guest appearances include Wally Waterdrop, Zach the Mad Scientist, and more. Make sure you bring your cameras and phones to participate in our social media contests to win prizes.

The Open House will offer more than 60 vendors with fun, interactive exhibits including radio station visits from Q104 and 98.5 WCNX. Sewer District departments offer stormwater credit information, construction project details, career opportunities, environmental tips and cost-saving information. You can also indulge in mouthwatering food from Up in Smoke BBQ and Barrio food trucks. 

Did I mention that the Open House was free? Come enjoy giveaways, prizes, and free stuff with the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District! Missing out would stink… don’t you think? 

Event Location: 4747 East 49th Street, Cuyahoga Heights, Ohio.

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Jennifer Elting

Brittney Fort is a paraprofessional intern with the Sewer District’s Community and Media Relations team. She is a graduate of Malone University in Canton, Ohio.

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Volume 9, Issue 9, Posted 4:22 PM, 09.14.2017