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MWRD awards demonstrate excellent financial reporting system

For yet another year, the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) has proven its commitment to accurate and transparent accounting practices. The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada applauded the MWRD commissioners and staff with numerous awards for budgeting and financial reporting for the MWRD and its retirement portfolio. Read more here.

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MWRD, DEA partnership to remove drugs from water-ways continues; national collection set for April 29, 2017

In conjunction with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Chicago Field Division, the MWRD is accepting unused or expired medication for safe disposal on Saturday, April 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at three water reclamation plants. Read more here.

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Legislative visit offers MWRD opportunity to promote initiatives statewide

Improving the quality of area waterways was a central theme of discussion as leaders of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago made their annual trek to the Illinois State Capitol to deliver their input directly to the members of the Illinois General Assembly. Read more here.

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Innovation in food, energy and water collide at workshop; MWRD invites like minds to join them May 16 at Marquette University.

Interested in discovering how water innovation is flowing to new opportunities across the nexus of food, energy and water? Then come join the MWRD and other experts to learn how these emerging trends and technologies can offer new ideas and shape public policy. Read more here.

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MWRD project wins National Mine Reclamation Award

If mining the world’s largest combined sewer reservoir were not a challenge enough, the next task provided a new and costly obstacle in finding a place for 1.8 million cubic yards of overburden materials. Read more here.

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