Underneath a giant, rusting impeller, a worker cuts sections of pipe to be removed from a former aeration basin at Fresno’s wastewater treatment plant in this 2015 file photo. The basin is being converted to a reservoir for treated, recycled wastewater that will be piped across the city for landscaping, industry and recharge uses.
Underneath a giant, rusting impeller, a worker cuts sections of pipe to be removed from a former aeration basin at Fresno’s wastewater treatment plant in this 2015 file photo. The basin is being converted to a reservoir for treated, recycled wastewater that will be piped across the city for landscaping, industry and recharge uses. JOHN WALKER THE FRESNO BEE
Underneath a giant, rusting impeller, a worker cuts sections of pipe to be removed from a former aeration basin at Fresno’s wastewater treatment plant in this 2015 file photo. The basin is being converted to a reservoir for treated, recycled wastewater that will be piped across the city for landscaping, industry and recharge uses. JOHN WALKER THE FRESNO BEE

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