Easterly Wastewater Treatment Plant – Cleveland OH

Description

The Public Works Administration financed the construction of the facility with an $8,990,000 grant.

Easterly Wastewater Treatment Plant is one of three wastewater and sewerage treatment facilities in the Cleveland area. According to a 2015 Pittsburg Post and Gazette article, the system services 1 million people and $3 million was spent to upgrade the facility to double treatment from 200 million to 400 million gallons a day with work completed in 2019.

According to NORSD, “[t]he oldest of our facilities, Easterly is located in Cleveland, in the same location where it has stood since 1908. The plant treats wastewater from homes and businesses, as well as stormwater from combined sewers which have existed under Cleveland in some areas for more than 100 years. Currently, Easterly recently completed major construction to expand its secondary treatment capacity to 400 mgd, a requirement of our Project Clean Lake consent decree with the U.S. EPA.” 

 

Source notes

https://www.post-gazette.com/local/region/2015/04/05/Tale-of-two-sewer-districts/stories/201504050005

https://www.neorsd.org/about/easterly/

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Project originally submitted by Andrew Laverdiere on January 26, 2022.

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Location Info


14021 Lakeshore Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44110

Coordinates: 41.57154, -81.58598

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