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A Model for Treating and Reusing Water
Gwinnett County pumps about 33 million gallons of clean, treated water into to Lake Lanier every day.

It is water that has been used in homes and businesses in the county. Although it originally came from Lake Lanier, it has been through a lot in its trip to residents’ homes. It has been used as toilet water and drinking water. People have bathed in it. It has even been used to wash bacteria off food slated for consumption.

It is not clean water by the time it comes back to the 700-acre F. Wayne Hill Water Treatment Center in Buford. After a long process, however, it is clear and bacteria free by the time pipes funnel it back into the lake it originally came from.


 
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