Kyle Dreyfuss-Wells of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District likes the local water: My Cleveland

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CLEVELAND, Ohio - Kyle Dreyfuss-Wells deals with what flows through your drains. She's chief executive officer of the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District.

Cleveland creds: Moved to Shaker Heights in 1974

Currently lives: Shaker Heights

Age: 50      

Schooling: Shaker High, bachelor's in biology with highest honors from Ohio State, master's in environmental science from Indiana University

Household: Husband and son

Favorite locally owned restaurants: Fire, Edwins, Sasa, Chinato

Why should we care about sewage?

Kyle: It's essential to have clean, abundant water. Our end of the operation at the sewer district is to take the water from homes, businesses and streets, and clean it to proper standards before we put it back into the Cuyahoga and Lake Erie. It's all part of the cycle.