The view inside an area called the filter gallery in Fresno’s Northeast Surface Water Treatment Plant on Chestnut Avenue, north of Behymer avenue. The plant began producing drinking water for northeast Fresno in 2004, but variations in water chemistry and characteristics between water from the plant and from groundwater wells is being blamed for instances of discolored water in homes plumbed with galvanized pipe in that part of the city.
The view inside an area called the filter gallery in Fresno’s Northeast Surface Water Treatment Plant on Chestnut Avenue, north of Behymer avenue. The plant began producing drinking water for northeast Fresno in 2004, but variations in water chemistry and characteristics between water from the plant and from groundwater wells is being blamed for instances of discolored water in homes plumbed with galvanized pipe in that part of the city. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file
The view inside an area called the filter gallery in Fresno’s Northeast Surface Water Treatment Plant on Chestnut Avenue, north of Behymer avenue. The plant began producing drinking water for northeast Fresno in 2004, but variations in water chemistry and characteristics between water from the plant and from groundwater wells is being blamed for instances of discolored water in homes plumbed with galvanized pipe in that part of the city. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file

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