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Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019

Created in 1889 as the Sanitary District of Chicago, the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) today is a special-purpose district responsible for treating wastewater and providing stormwater management for residents and businesses in its service area, which encompasses 882.1 square miles and includes Chicago and 128 suburban communities throughout Cook County.

The MWRD serves approximately 10.35 million people each day, including 5.25 million residents of Chicago and 128 suburban communities.

Public comment on Biogas

Public comment on Biogas

Public comment on Biogas
Metropolitan Water Reclamation board members

Metropolitan Water Reclamation board members

Metropolitan Water Reclamation board members
Metropolitan Water Reclamation ongoing meeting

Metropolitan Water Reclamation ongoing meeting

Metropolitan Water Reclamation ongoing meeting
Friends of the Chicago River

Friends of the Chicago River

Friends of the Chicago River
Franklin D Cossitt’s from La Grange

Franklin D Cossitt’s from La Grange

Franklin D Cossitt’s from La Grange
Christopher Rodriguez

Christopher Rodriguez

Christopher Rodriguez
Metropolitan Water Reclamation meeting room

Metropolitan Water Reclamation meeting room

Metropolitan Water Reclamation meeting room
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