Dirty Work: Sewer Cleaners Underneath every major city, lies a network of tunnels and pipes directing human waste and rainwater overflow to sanitation plants. And for every sewer, there's at least one sewer inspector. NPR's Jack Speer reports from beneath the streets of Cincinnati.
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Dirty Work: Sewer Cleaners

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Dirty Work: Sewer Cleaners

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Underneath every major city, lies a network of tunnels and pipes directing human waste and rainwater overflow to sanitation plants. And for every sewer, there's at least one sewer inspector. NPR's Jack Speer reports from beneath the streets of Cincinnati.

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