Water from Lake Manatee flows from the gates of the dam into the spillway at the Manatee County Water Treatment Plant. Officials at the plant have developed a new way to treat water for taste and odor using carbon granules and naturally occurring bacteria.
Water from Lake Manatee flows from the gates of the dam into the spillway at the Manatee County Water Treatment Plant. Officials at the plant have developed a new way to treat water for taste and odor using carbon granules and naturally occurring bacteria. GRANT JEFFERIE Bradenton Herald
Water from Lake Manatee flows from the gates of the dam into the spillway at the Manatee County Water Treatment Plant. Officials at the plant have developed a new way to treat water for taste and odor using carbon granules and naturally occurring bacteria. GRANT JEFFERIE Bradenton Herald

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