How to treat wastewater from your sewage system in Cleveland, Ohio, is a big question mark.
The wastewater plant operator wants to turn the wastewater into fertilizer, which is then pumped into a composting sewage line and flushed into a landfill.
The waste is then treated to make it more resilient to climate change.
If you want to use that fertilizer for your lawns, you’ll have to dig it up yourself.
The city is trying to fix the problem by making sure the wastewater is treated as clean as possible.
Cleveland’s wastewater treatment plants aren’t equipped to handle large volumes of sewage.
In an effort to address that issue, the city and the state teamed up to develop a pilot program that will be rolled out in the coming months.
Under the pilot program, which will test wastewater treatment facilities to ensure that they can treat wastewater as efficiently as possible, the wastewater will be stored in a new industrial sewage system.
The new system will be equipped with more advanced filters to prevent bacteria and other harmful contaminants from getting through the system.
The new industrial system will also provide better environmental quality, according to the city.
It will be built in a way that is safe for the environment, and will require fewer workers to operate it, said Stephanie Dyer, a spokeswoman for the city’s wastewater management district.
The goal is to get wastewater treatment and waste treatment into one facility, Dyer said.
The Cleveland wastewater treatment plant, in the middle of the city, is one of the most environmentally sensitive wastewater facilities in the country.
In 2014, the EPA estimated that a combined 3.5 million tons of wastewater from the city were flushed into the ocean annually.
The facility is one example of how the city is moving to reduce its reliance on waste as a source of energy.
The water that flows into the Cleveland system is treated with an anti-bacterial chemical that makes it safe to drink.
The new plant, which the city hopes will start operating in 2019, will be the largest wastewater treatment facility in the city to date, according the EPA.
Since the project was announced, it has received more than 1.4 million dollars in federal grants, according a statement from the EPA’s Office of Wastewater.
The EPA says the wastewater treatment project has produced about 2.5 billion gallons of water and has saved the city about 2,000 tons of CO2 emissions.
The city has been looking to improve its wastewater treatment system since the city was founded in the 1800s, when it had one of Cleveland’s largest sewage treatment plants.
In the mid-1930s, the Cleveland wastewater system had about 1,400 workers working in a factory-like building.
Now, it’s down to about 400 workers, according Cleveland’s environmental history website.
In the 1970s, Cleveland started developing a wastewater treatment center and eventually expanded it to include three wastewater treatment sites.
In 2005, the state built the first wastewater treatment complex in the United States.
The project is expected to cost $8.4 billion.
The $1.4-billion project will take years to build and will include 1,500 miles of wastewater treatment lines, the most in the world.