Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago

Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago Established in 1889, the MWRD is an award-winning, special purpose government agency responsible for wastewater treatment and stormwater management in Cook County, Illinois.
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The MWRD’s corporate boundaries are located within Cook County, Illinois. We serve an area of 883 square miles which includes the City of Chicago and 125 suburban communities, including 5.25 million people plus a commercial and industrial equivalent of 4.5 million people. The MWRD's 554 miles of intercepting sewers and force mains range in size from 12 inches to 27 feet in diameter, and are fed by approximately 10,000 local sewer system connections. The MWRD’s Tunnel and Reservoir Plan (TARP) is one of the country’s largest public works projects for pollution and flood control. Four tunnel systems total 109 miles of tunnels, 9 to 33 feet in diameter and 150 to 300 feet underground. Two reservoirs are in operation and they hold more than 8 millions gallons of water, and construction is progressing on the remaining 10 billion gallon reservoir. The MWRD owns and operates one of the world’s largest water reclamation plants, the Stickney WRP, in addition to six other plants and 23 pumping stations. The MWRD treats an average of 1.4 billion gallons of wastewater each day. The MWRD's total wastewater treatment capacity is over 2 billion gallons per day. The MWRD controls 76.1 miles of navigable waterways, which are part of the inland waterway system connecting the Great Lakes with the Gulf of Mexico. It also owns and operates 30 stormwater detention reservoirs to provide regional stormwater flood damage reduction. The MWRD owns approximately 9,500 acres of property in Cook County for its operations. In conjunction with its biosolids beneficial utilization and farm land application program, MWRD recycles all biosolids in land application programs in northeast Illinois.

Operating as usual

Historical Photo of the Day: Construction of the Ninth Street swing bridge over the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal exte...
03/26/2021

Historical Photo of the Day: Construction of the Ninth Street swing bridge over the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal extension on November 9, 1905, near Lockport, Illinois. Learn more about the Chicago Area Waterway System here ⚓⬇️
https://mwrd.org/chicago-area-waterway-system

Thank you to Alfred Nobel Elementary School for inviting the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago ...
03/25/2021

Thank you to Alfred Nobel Elementary School for inviting the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) back this year to speak virtually to their STEM classes. 💻 This week the Community Education team spoke to the 6th – 7th grade classes via a series of presentations on wastewater treatment, understanding your sewer, and stormwater management. The final presentation was a career talk led by STEM professional and Senior Civil Engineer Andre Haynes. Students learned about working in water—specifically as a Stormwater Management Engineer. ⚙️👷🏽🏞️

**The MWRD event picture was taken before Covid-19.

#VirtualLearning #MWRD #WaterScienceExporers #WastewaterTreatment #CareersinWater #StormwaterManagement

Historical Photo of the Day: A view to the north showing the South Branch of the Chicago River on August 10, 1900, with ...
03/25/2021

Historical Photo of the Day: A view to the north showing the South Branch of the Chicago River on August 10, 1900, with a portion of the old Canal Street Bridge visible at right.

Read Commissioner Mariyana Spyropoulos thoughts on #WWD2021 💦
03/24/2021
MWRD, commissioner praise World Water Day

Read Commissioner Mariyana Spyropoulos thoughts on #WWD2021 💦

World Water Day was March 22, and the United Nations campaign is focused on the importance of fresh water.

Historical Photo of the Day: Construction of the California Avenue Bridge over the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal in Ch...
03/24/2021

Historical Photo of the Day: Construction of the California Avenue Bridge over the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal in Chicago showing the assembly of a section for the south portion of the bridge on February 20, 1925.

Historical Photo of the Day: A steam scraper removes topsoil on May 21, 1904, in an area between Montrose Avenue and Law...
03/23/2021

Historical Photo of the Day: A steam scraper removes topsoil on May 21, 1904, in an area between Montrose Avenue and Lawrence Avenue in Chicago. The Sanitary District of Chicago (now the MWRD) straightened and enlarged a portion of the North Branch of the Chicago River at the beginning of the 20th century in order to improve drainage and reduce flooding. This original section of the river was a relatively small, curved and meandering stream between Lawrence Avenue and Belmont Avenue. By the end of the project some portions of the river were widened and deepened; and other areas were filled in and replaced by a completely new channel. Learn more about the Chicago Area Waterway System here ⬇️
https://mwrd.org/chicago-area-waterway-system

For immediate releaseMarch 22, 2021MWRD joins the world in “Valuing Water” for World Water Day  World Water Day (WWD) wa...
03/22/2021

For immediate release
March 22, 2021

MWRD joins the world in “Valuing Water” for World Water Day

World Water Day (WWD) was created by the United Nations (UN) to focus world attention on the importance of fresh water. Since 1993, the UN has observed WWD on March 22 to raise awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to clean, safe water.
This year’s theme is “Valuing water.” The Chicago region values Lake Michigan, the source of drinking water for so many, for its life-sustaining qualities. The MWRD plays a vital role in protecting the lake, pioneering a major shift at its water reclamation plants from treatment and disposal to resource recovery and reuse.

The MWRD’s work to protect water quality, increase resiliency, and reduce water scarcity is featured in a documentary “Brave Blue World,” featuring actors Matt Damon, Jaden Smith and Liam Neeson. The documentary showcases MWRD's phosphorus recovery facility at the Stickney Water Reclamation Plant (WRP) and the algae nutrient recovery research facility at the O'Brien WRP as work underway by leading researchers, engineers and organizations. The nutrient recovery process at Stickney provides significant benefits by recovering phosphorus that had negatively impacted waterways as far from Chicago as the Mississippi River and Gulf of Mexico and returns it to farmers and other agricultural producers because there is a finite amount of phosphorus on the planet.

At times, excess water in the Chicago region comes at a cost. For the past three years Chicago has recorded the wettest May on record for rainfall. In May 2020, 9.51 inches of rainfall was recorded, which broke the record of 8.25 inches set in May 2019. In May 2018, 8.21 inches fell. Heavy rains can threaten our water supply when combined sewer overflows result. Therefore, it is important that tools designed to manage the excess water are universally integrated.

“The planning starts from lessons learned in the past and incorporating effective stormwater management tools year-round,” said MWRD President Commissioner Kari K. Steele. “Everyone plays a part of the larger ecosystem in maintaining our most valued resource, water. Together we can achieve a more sustainable community that values water with our everyday decisions that help preserve and protect our water environment and communities, not only today but for future generations. World Water Day is the ideal time to challenge our own household to conserve water. Water World Day is every day and each day we should regard water as our most valued community resource.”

Learn more at www.worldwaterday.org, https://www.braveblue.world/ and https://www.weather.gov/lot/May_Precip_Rankings_Chicago.
Commissioner Kari Steele Commissioner Marcelino Garcia MWRD Commissioner Kimberly Neely du Buclet MWRD Commissioner Josina Morita Commissioner Eira Corral Sepúlveda Debra Shore Mariyana Spyropoulos

Celebrating UN-Water #WorldWaterDay today!💧 Learn more about the Cook County, Illinois, water environment on our next vi...
03/22/2021

Celebrating UN-Water #WorldWaterDay today!💧

Learn more about the Cook County, Illinois, water environment on our next virtual tour Wednesday, April 14, at 10 a.m. Central Time. Register here ⬇️
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJElf-usrDMiGtJ5rfx5VrcBALjro_gPD9kH

#water2me #wastewater #stormwater #engineering #WorldWaterDay2021

Historical Photo of the Day: A view to the south on August 29, 1924, showing a bridge over the Cal-Sag Channel at Chicag...
03/22/2021

Historical Photo of the Day: A view to the south on August 29, 1924, showing a bridge over the Cal-Sag Channel at Chicago Street in Blue Island, Illinois. Learn more about the Chicago Area Waterway System here ⬇️
https://mwrd.org/chicago-area-waterway-system

Staff celebrating #whmMWRD #WHM2021
03/21/2021

Staff celebrating #whmMWRD #WHM2021

Historical Photo of the Day: A view of the Lake Michigan shoreline near 39th Street in Chicago on October 9, 1923, looki...
03/21/2021

Historical Photo of the Day: A view of the Lake Michigan shoreline near 39th Street in Chicago on October 9, 1923, looking north from the footbridge for the Sanitary District’s (now MWRD) 39th Street Pumping Station. Also featured in the photo is the crane which was used for hauling coal for the pumping station.

Take the MWRD Commissioner Josina Morita  million gallon challenge this weekend to help protect the area’s waterways fro...
03/20/2021
Million Gallon Challenge Encourages Chicagoans To Shrink Their Water Footprint

Take the MWRD Commissioner Josina Morita million gallon challenge this weekend to help protect the area’s waterways from combined sewer overflows https://news.wttw.com/2021/03/19/million-gallon-challenge-encourages-chicagoans-shrink-their-water-footprint #waterconservation WTTW Channel 11

Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago Commissioner Josina Morita’s second annual Million Gallon Challenge offers simple ways to conserve water in advance of World Water Day on Monday.

Historical Photo of the Day: Construction of the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal (CSSC) extension in Lockport, Illinois,...
03/20/2021

Historical Photo of the Day: Construction of the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal (CSSC) extension in Lockport, Illinois, on March 26, 1904. When the CSSC was completed in 1900, it ended at the Controlling Works near Lockport. The Sanitary District of Chicago (now MWRD) built the extension to Joliet to allow for complete navigation from Lake Michigan to the Des Plaines River via the CSSC, effectively replacing the I&M Canal. The Lockport Powerhouse is located at the midpoint of the extension. Learn more about the Chicago Area Waterway System here ⬇️
https://mwrd.org/chicago-area-waterway-system

03/20/2021
How Chicago Reversed Its River: An Animated History

Saturdays are for Water Science Explorers! Do you know how and why we reversed the flow of the Chicago River? Check out this video ▶️ "How Chicago Reversed Its River: An Animated History" via WTTW - Chicago PBS and Geoffrey Baer's Chicago (WTTW). 🎞🏗📽

#MWRD #WaterScienceExplorers #ChicagoRiver #VirtualLearning #STEM

See how Chicago defied the odds and pulled off one of the greatest engineering feats in U.S. history. In a herculean effort to save the city from the ravages...

Did you watch our Women's History Month celebration yet? It's not too late. Visit our Youtube page at https://t.co/1ZYUJ...
03/19/2021

Did you watch our Women's History Month celebration yet? It's not too late. Visit our Youtube page at https://t.co/1ZYUJq0GQj #whmMWRD #WHM Commissioner Kari K. Steele Commissioner Marcelino Garcia MWRD Commissioner Kimberly Neely du Buclet MWRD Commissioner Eira L. Corral Sepúlveda Debra Shore MWRD Commissioner Josina Morita

We are accepting applications for Risk Manager until April 2, 2021; Training and Experience Questionnaire due date to be...
03/19/2021

We are accepting applications for Risk Manager until April 2, 2021; Training and Experience Questionnaire due date to be announced.

JOB DESCRIPTION: Under direction, responsible for the development and administration of a comprehensive risk management program.

STARTING SALARY: $113,316.32

Please visit our online employment center at www.districtjobs.org to apply and learn more about the job and the selection process.

Historical Photo of the Day: Intercepting sewer diversion flume construction at an unknown location on September 5, 1928...
03/19/2021

Historical Photo of the Day: Intercepting sewer diversion flume construction at an unknown location on September 5, 1928. The MWRD built intercepting sewers to intercept flow from existing municipal sewers and convey it to our wastewater treatment facilities. Prior to the MWRD’s treatment facilities and intercepting sewer system, untreated wastewater flowed directly to area waterways. The MWRD constructed 560 miles of intercepting sewers and force mains ranging in size from 6 inches to 27 feet in diameter. The intercepting sewers are fed by approximately 10,000 local municipal sewer system connections and are critical in managing stormwater and protecting area waterways.

Learn more about the history of our water environment on our next virtual tour April 14 at 10 a.m. Central Time. Register here ⬇️
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJElf-usrDMiGtJ5rfx5VrcBALjro_gPD9kH

We're number 3 on the Popular Mechanics list of most impressive feats of engineering in America!Their description of our...
03/19/2021
40 of America's Most Impressive Feats of Engineering

We're number 3 on the Popular Mechanics list of most impressive feats of engineering in America!
Their description of our work that took place in the late 1890s: "With sewage flowing from Chicago into Lake Michigan, a drinking water source for the growing region, the city was facing a health crisis due to waterborne diseases. However, engineers discovered they could dig the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal to help reverse the river's flow, moving polluted water away from the lake and sending it towards St. Louis." https://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/infrastructure/g35589790/most-impressive-feats-of-engineering-in-america/
Commissioner Kari K. Steele Commissioner Marcelino Garcia MWRD Commissioner Kimberly Neely du Buclet MWRD Commissioner Josina Morita MWRD Commissioner Eira L. Corral Sepúlveda Debra Shore Mariyana Spyropoulos

From canals to bridges and rockets to roads, engineering in America has plenty to offer.

For immediate releaseMarch 18, 2021MWRD Board of Commissioners calls for end to discrimination, racism and violenceThe M...
03/18/2021

For immediate release
March 18, 2021

MWRD Board of Commissioners calls for end to discrimination, racism and violence

The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) Board of Commissioners has released the following statement:

“The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago Board of Commissioners and MWRD staff stand in solidarity condemning all hatred, discrimination and violence in the world. In wake of the tragic attacks around the world and recent attacks against Asians, we share that hate and violence has no place in our society.

We stand in support of communities across Cook County, Illinois, our colleague Commissioner Josina Morita and the Asian American Caucus she chairs; they are making a difference. The Caucus works together to connect and support Illinois’ diverse Asian American communities to develop strategies and identify opportunities for growth and advancement.

We could not be more honored to stand with Commissioner Morita and thank her for her service toward improving the lives of all Asian Americans and her work here protecting our water environment. We urge everyone to read the statement from the Asian American Caucus at https://asianamericancaucus.org/ and learn more about the important work of the Asian American Caucus.”

Report Hate Crimes
Attorney General Raoul urges Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to report hate crimes to local law enforcement for criminal prosecution. The Attorney General also encourages people to report discrimination or hate-motivated incidents to his office by submitting this form: https://illinoisattorneygeneral.gov/rights/Hate_Crime_Complaint_Form.pdf, emailing [email protected] or by calling his Civil Rights Hotline at 1-877-581-3692.
Commissioner Kari K. Steele Commissioner Kari Steele Commissioner Marcelino Garcia MWRD Commissioner Kimberly Neely du Buclet MWRD Commissioner Josina Morita Commissioner Eira Corral Sepúlveda Debra Shore Mariyana Spyropoulos

Today our Board of Commissioners honored 6 staff members with a Resolution for Women's History Month and wore masks to s...
03/18/2021

Today our Board of Commissioners honored 6 staff members with a Resolution for Women's History Month and wore masks to show their support of #WomensHistoryMonth. Watch our celebration 📽⬇️
https://www.youtube.com/c/MetropolitanWaterReclamationDistrict/videos

#whmMWRD #WHM #WomenRock #whm2021

Commissioner Kari K. Steele Commissioner Kari Steele Commissioner Marcelino Garcia MWRD Commissioner Josina Morita MWRD Commissioner Kimberly Neely du Buclet Commissioner Eira Corral Sepúlveda Debra Shore Mariyana Spyropoulos

We are missing a second straight year of celebrating, but our support for our Greek community has not wavered. Today our...
03/18/2021

We are missing a second straight year of celebrating, but our support for our Greek community has not wavered. Today our Board of Commissioners passed a resolution commemorating Greek Independence Day on March 25. We salute our Greek-American friends throughout Cook County and thank them for their many contributions. Eleftheria I Thanatos! Mariyana Spyropoulos Commissioner Kari K. Steele Commissioner Kari Steele Commissioner Marcelino Garcia MWRD Commissioner Kimberly Neely du Buclet MWRD Commissioner Josina Morita Commissioner Eira Corral Sepúlveda Debra Shore #greekindependenceday 🇬🇷

03/18/2021
The MWRD Celebrates Women's History Month 2021

Time to watch our Women's History Month program at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcFy2WGudqE&t=28s #whmMWRD #WHM Commissioner Kari K. Steele Commissioner Kari Steele Commissioner Marcelino Garcia MWRD Commissioner Kimberly Neely du Buclet MWRD Commissioner Josina Morita Commissioner Eira Corral Sepúlveda Debra Shore Mariyana Spyropoulos Robin Kelly Dr. Robin Kelly

Each year the MWRD hosts a Women’s History Month event to highlight outstanding staff members. U.S. Representative Robin Kelly (D-IL-02) makes an appearance ...

Thank you to the 8th grade classes at Palmer Elementary School (Chicago Public Schools) in Mayfair for participating in ...
03/18/2021

Thank you to the 8th grade classes at Palmer Elementary School (Chicago Public Schools) in Mayfair for participating in the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago's (MWRD) #MWRDwheredoesITgo presentation this month. Since 2018, the MWRD has participated in Palmer events such as STEAM Night, Career Day, and now virtual classroom presentations!

If you are an educator in Cook County and interested in a “Where Does IT Go?” virtual presentation for your students (4th grade+) and/or a limited supply of printed books for your classrooms, please email [email protected]. Learn more at mwrd.org/wheredoesITgo.

#MWRD #WaterScienceExplorers #WastewaterTreatment #CareersinWater #STEM #VirtualLearning

8th Graders learned all about how our water is cleaned from our friends at the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District!

The Chicago Tribune has written about the impact of salt on wildlife, aquatic life and river quality. The MWRD challenge...
03/18/2021
Salt may be a savior for roads, but it imperils Chicago-area water and wildlife. Some communities and agencies are working to change that.

The Chicago Tribune has written about the impact of salt on wildlife, aquatic life and river quality. The MWRD challenges residents to help us minimize the risk of nutrient contaminants – such as phosphorus and nitrogen – and debris from entering our local waterways. Preventive actions can result in cleaner, safer and healthier waterways. MWRD’s “A healthy waterway begins with you: A Guide to Water Wellness” offers several prevention tips along with #Water Wellness facts that you and your family can use in your personal, social and work life. https://www-chicagotribune-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-illinois-road-salt-water-quality-nature-20210318-woctrpzhpnforikujd2nonp5qy-story.html?outputType=amp

Road salt saves drivers, but changes which organisms thrive in increasingly salty environments and threatens the already-stressed groundwater reserves on which many Illinois residents still rely.

Historical Photo of the Day: Sewer construction at the 95th Street Pumping Station located on Baltimore Avenue just sout...
03/18/2021

Historical Photo of the Day: Sewer construction at the 95th Street Pumping Station located on Baltimore Avenue just south of 95th Street in Chicago on June 5, 1924. The pumping station went into service in 1925.

Join us for our Board of Commissioners meeting tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. View the proceedings at mwrd.org.
03/18/2021

Join us for our Board of Commissioners meeting tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. View the proceedings at mwrd.org.

Overflow action: Looks like we are in for some serious rain ⛈We encourage everyone to begin conserving as much water as ...
03/17/2021

Overflow action: Looks like we are in for some serious rain ⛈We encourage everyone to begin conserving as much water as possible starting right now. In the meantime, MWRD staff is working around the clock to protect the water environment, mitigate flooding, manage waterway elevations and maintaining operations at our seven water reclamation plants and our Tunnel and Reservoir Plan. mwrd.org/overflow-action-days Friends of the Chicago River🌧☔️🌊 Commissioner Kari K. Steele Commissioner Marcelino Garcia MWRD Commissioner Kimberly Neely du Buclet MWRD Commissioner Josina Morita Debra Shore Mariyana Spyropoulos Commissioner Kari Steele

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100 E Erie St
Chicago, IL
60611

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MWRD's seven modern water reclamation plants provide excellent treatment for residential and industrial wastewater, meeting permitted discharge limits virtually at all times. The treatment process is protected by a pretreatment program to guard against hazardous substances and toxic chemicals. These are strictly regulated pursuant to federal and state requirements. MWRD routinely monitors all industries and non-residential sources to assure that wastes are disposed of in an environmentally responsible and lawful manner. Treated wastewater, along with runoff from rainfall, enters local canals, rivers and streams that serve as headwaters of the Illinois River system. Stormwater in the separate sewered area is controlled to reduce flood damages by a number of stormwater detention reservoirs. In the combined sewer area, MWRD's tunnel and reservoir project has significantly reduced basement backup and overflows to local waterways. Flow within MWRD's waterway system and the Lake Michigan discretionary diversion flow are controlled by three inlet structures on Lake Michigan: Wilmette Pumping Station, Chicago River Controlling Works and O’Brien Lock and Dam. The single outlet control structure is the Lockport Powerhouse and Controlling Works. While exercising no direct control over wastewater collection systems owned and maintained by cities, villages, sewer districts and utilities, MWRD does control municipal sewer construction by permits outside the city of Chicago. It also owns a network of intercepting sewers to convey wastewater from the local collection systems to the water reclamation plants. Call (312) 751-5106 to report blockages or stream debris to MWRD’s 24-Hour Small Stream Maintenance program. Call MWRD toll free at (800) 332-3867 or (800) 332-DUMP to report illegal dumping in a stream, illegal dumping in a sewer, and other water pollution concerns.

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+13127516633

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The MWRD is located primarily within the boundaries of Cook County, Illinois. We serve an area of 883 square miles which includes the City of Chicago and 125 suburban communities, including 5.25 million people plus a commercial and industrial equivalent of 4.5 million people. The MWRD's 554 miles of intercepting sewers and force mains range in size from 12 inches to 27 feet in diameter, and are fed by approximately 10,000 local sewer system connections. The MWRD’s Tunnel and Reservoir Project (TARP) is one of the country’s largest public works projects for pollution and flood control. Four tunnel systems total 109 miles of tunnels, 9 to 33 feet in diameter and 150 to 300 feet underground. One reservoir is in operation and construction is in progress on the two remaining reservoirs. The MWRD owns and operates one of the world’s largest water reclamation plants, in addition to six other plants and 23 pumping stations. The MWRD treats an average of 1.4 billion gallons of wastewater each day. The MWRD's total wastewater treatment capacity is over 2.0 billion gallons per day. The MWRD controls 76.1 miles of navigable waterways, which are part of the inland waterway system connecting the Great Lakes with the Gulf of Mexico. It also owns and operates 30 stormwater detention reservoirs to provide regional stormwater flood damage reduction. The MWRD owns approximately 9,500 acres of property in Cook County for its operations. MWRD recycles all biosolids in land application programs in northeast Illinois.

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Join the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District's Board Meeting happening live now! Hope you can join us and listen in!
Top: USACE - construction of the Lockport Lock Bottom: Lockport Powerhouse, discharging excess water from the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal through the spillway section on the powerhouse site. 1929
Bless ❤🙏
Went to the park by Worth Golf Course, garbage all over, hasn't been picked up for ages. Such a beautiful park and this spoils the whole park
🦋 We received our seeds from your organization today! Thank you! We already have them on a wet paper towel in the fridge and can’t wait to get them planted in 30 days!!!! 🦋
Well it looks like the 'big' improvements to the Melvina Ditch reservoir in the burbank/Oaklawn area, didn't work! we had a 4+ inch rain fall in a 24 hour period like before the "improvements" and the same streets, houses, churches flooded AGAIN !! If MWRD has any level of professionalism or a conscience. put out a public notice explaining what the hell went wrong THIS time !!
Interesting story about the TARP/Deep Tunnel system...
Jennifer green MWRD ❤🙏
So just curious...anyone here planning on retiring on 4/30? Where do you go to sign your papers?? Oy, I can’t imagine what working life must be like right now 😥
Is more chlorine (chloramine) being added to the water because of the virus?
Please sign our petition demanding that Gov. JB Pritzker address asbestos tainted water at the state owned Tinley Park Mental Health Center site from draining into sewers.