Massive filters are used in the treatment process at the city of Fresno’s surface water treatment plant on Chestnut Avenue near Behymer Avenue.
Massive filters are used in the treatment process at the city of Fresno’s surface water treatment plant on Chestnut Avenue near Behymer Avenue. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file photo
Massive filters are used in the treatment process at the city of Fresno’s surface water treatment plant on Chestnut Avenue near Behymer Avenue. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file photo

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