Bringing It All Together

Ohio’s Northwestern Water and Sewer District builds its reputation on solving tough system problems

Bringing It All Together

David Cromley, sanitary engineering aid III at Northwestern Water & Sewer District, in the control room of the sanitary sewer equalization basin that he helped to complete in 2017. The basin holds 2.2 million gallons.

Ohio’s Northwestern Water & Sewer District was established in 1994 to unite the utilities of five municipalities and 14 townships in Wood County, Ohio. The district has grown since then to include 13 municipalities and 20 townships — in large part due to its reputation as a problem-solver, helping newly incorporated members solve problems such as inflow and infiltration and working to normalize costs across the service area.

The district serves just under 20,000 accounts...

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