Pipes carry water from the Enterprise Canal into the city of Fresno’s surface water treatment plant on Chestnut Avenue near Behymer Avenue in northeast Fresno. The plant filters and treats the water to be distributed into the city’s drinking water system.
Pipes carry water from the Enterprise Canal into the city of Fresno’s surface water treatment plant on Chestnut Avenue near Behymer Avenue in northeast Fresno. The plant filters and treats the water to be distributed into the city’s drinking water system. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file
Pipes carry water from the Enterprise Canal into the city of Fresno’s surface water treatment plant on Chestnut Avenue near Behymer Avenue in northeast Fresno. The plant filters and treats the water to be distributed into the city’s drinking water system. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file

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