Environmental Stewardship, Fiscal Responsibility


Warmer Temperatures Could Lead to Local Flooding
The Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) is watching the weather conditions closely in anticipation of potential local flooding conditions due to warmer temperatures. Read more

No Impact Observed on Ohio River from Crude Oil Spill in West Virginia
All oil and contaminated soil from the site of the train derailment in southern West Virginia are safely contained, and site remediation is ongoing. No oil has reached or will reach the Ohio River from this incident, and at this time the situation is no longer considered a threat to either the Kanawha or Ohio rivers. Read more

No Impact on Ohio River Expected From Crude Oil Spill in West Virginia
Response teams on site at the train derailment in southern West Virginia are reporting that little, if any, oil has reached the Kanawha River. Water samples have been collected hourly from the river. No oil has been detected in the samples. GCWW will continue to stay in contact with the response teams to monitor the situation. Read more

Tony Parrott: City, MSD Getting it Right
When it comes to tackling major challenges, the Cincinnati community has a long history of integrating innovation with hard work. The $3.2 billion federal consent decree requiring a massive overhaul of our sewer system is more proof of Cincinnati’s willingness to find innovative solutions that do more than solve a problem. Read more…

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About MSD

The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (known as MSD or MSDGC) serves the wastewater removal and treatment needs of residents and businesses in Hamilton County, Ohio. The Board of County Commissioners of Hamilton County, Ohio established MSD in 1968 pursuant to Section 6117 of the Ohio Revised Code. Under the 1968 agreement, the City of Cincinnati agreed to operate and solely manage MSD’s daily operations and sustainability.

MSD's employees work at facilities located throughout the county, and provide service to customers in most of the county's municipalities and townships as well as in the City of Cincinnati. Read More...

Excellence in Management

MSD has been again nationally recognized for Excellence in Management by NACWA, effective through 2014. MSD has now earned this prestigious designation three consecutive times beginning in 2005. This award honors MSD management and staff for their significant efforts toward improved efficiency and effectiveness.

Student Intern Academy 2015

Student Intern Academy logo Area high school students will have the opportunity to gain work experience this summer in a range of professional and technical fields. (Video from SIA 2013 graduation) Frequently Asked Questions are answered in the SIA FAQs. For more information Please visit the Student Intern Academy or Project Rebuild web sites.

Are You Looking for More Than Just a Job?

Keep Your Eye on MSD for Opportunities (Click for MSD Careers information)MSD has exciting careers in civil, industrial, mechanical, chemical, and environmental engineering and other technical and scientific fields. The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSD) is community oriented and focused on environmental excellence. MSD is also a great place to work! Learn more about MSD Career Opportunities.

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