Straight from the Tap

Archive: May 2019

Protect Your Utility Lines, Call OUPS Before you Dig

Warmer months are often a time for home renovations and improvements. There is one simple precaution you should take before digging on your property: have your underground utility lines marked.

Hydration Tips for Runners

Drinking when you’re thirsty may seem obvious but it’s also the most accurate way to monitor your fluid needs according to the International Marathon Medical Directors Association (IMMDA).

Save Money with these Summer Water Tips

Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer and the warm weather usually means increased water use for our customers. Check out the tips below to help you conserve water and save money!

Can You Guess How Much Water a Dripping Faucet Wastes?

A simple household plumbing leak can be a major drain on your wallet – and they’re more common than you might think. Nearly 10% of homes have leaks, wasting upwards of 90 gallons of water every day.

How Cleveland Water is Prepared for Lake Erie Summer Water Quality

Every summer, as the temperature of Lake Erie slowly climbs in advance of the annual lake stratification, Cleveland Water closely monitors the lake's water quality for any issues that might follow.

Congratulations Cleveland STEP Class of 2019

For their final session, Cleveland STEP students enjoyed food and fun with friends and family before giving presentations on their experiences from the program year.

Delivering Safe Water Involves More than Mains

Reliably delivering high-quality drinking water to 1.4 million customers across a 640 square mile service area requires an extensive distribution system.

2019 Cleveland Water Main Replacement Projects

Cleveland Water has 5,300 miles of underground pipe. Placed end to end those pipes would stretch from Cleveland to Athens, Greece

History of Baldwin Water Treatment Plant

Cleveland Water has a long history of providing safe, great-tasting water. We’ve grown from a single pump station delivering untreated water through just 13 miles of mains in 1856 to four state-of-art treatment facilities serving 1.5 million customers through a network of 5,300 miles of mains.