Brad Hoagland, a plant operator at Fresno’s Northeast Surface Water Treatment Plant, explains how an ozone generator disinfects surface water from the Enterprise Canal so it can be distributed through the city’s drinking water system. This plant and another under construction in southeast Fresno are keys to the city’s plan to reduce its reliance on pumped groundwater.
Brad Hoagland, a plant operator at Fresno’s Northeast Surface Water Treatment Plant, explains how an ozone generator disinfects surface water from the Enterprise Canal so it can be distributed through the city’s drinking water system. This plant and another under construction in southeast Fresno are keys to the city’s plan to reduce its reliance on pumped groundwater. Tim Sheehan tsheehan@fresnobee.com
Brad Hoagland, a plant operator at Fresno’s Northeast Surface Water Treatment Plant, explains how an ozone generator disinfects surface water from the Enterprise Canal so it can be distributed through the city’s drinking water system. This plant and another under construction in southeast Fresno are keys to the city’s plan to reduce its reliance on pumped groundwater. Tim Sheehan tsheehan@fresnobee.com

Fresno City Council agrees to join regional groundwater agency

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