In a whirlwind of scents, sludge, and sights seen by few other eyes, Infrastructure Week last week allowed visitors and followers an underground behind-the-scenes look at the sewers that help make clean water possible.
"It's kind of amazing what exists under a manhole cover," as WCPN's Anne Glausser put it as she peered down the century-old depths of a brick-and-mortar sewer line. And those are the reactions our #FollowTheFlow events were designed to inspire.
Several local media outlets covered the events and allowed glimpses into the murkey depths of the wastewater treatment network under your feet.
WCPN: A peek inside a wastewater treatment plant
WEWS:A closer look at a $3 billion construction program
WKYC: Following the flow with the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District
cleveland.com: View inside a sewer overflow tunnel in Cleveland
cleveland.com: How far we've come since 1970, an op ed by Radhika Fox
- EVENT: Join our Open House and see where your water goes after the flush
- 5K FOR CHARITY: Run a 5K unlike any you've ever known June 6
- PARTNERS: Who is the Value of Water Coalition?
- ABOUT: What is Infrastructure Week?