For a long time, residents of Cuyahoga Heights complained about a burning coffee smell emanating from the Southerly Wastewater Treatment Center, which treats an average 125 million gallons of water used by more than 601,000 Greater Cleveland area residents per day.
Now, a $170 million renewable energy facility being built at Southerly has not only eliminated that offensive odor, but will generate electricity and devour fewer resources – all while burning waste. And Neptune Plumbing & Heating Co., a CPI-affiliated contractor, has proven to be a vital part of the project’s development.
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