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Water Plant Manager Al Sosebee of the Shoal Creek Filter Plant examines the inside of an ozone generator in Buford Monday. The plant is operated by about 12 people which provides Gwinnett County with safe drinking water. (Staff Photo: Brendan Sullivan)
Editor's note: This is a weekly video segment, 'Behind the Scenes,' where we show you things you normally wouldn't see at a local establishment. Go to our website every Monday for a new video.
In this week's 'Behind the Scenes' segment, we give you an inside look at the Shoal Creek Filter Plant in Buford.
The Shoal Creek Filter Plant is one of two Gwinnett County water treatment plants which contributes 75 million gallons per day of the 225 million gallons of water per day capacity for use in Gwinnett County.
"Some people think their cable TV is more important than water but after a few of days without water I think they will come to realization that pretty much everything we do at home or work involves water and we got to have a good clean water source," said the Water Plant Manager, Al Sosebee.
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'Behind the Scenes' ... at the Shoal Creek Filter Plant
In this week's 'Behind the Scenes' segment, we give you an inside look at the Shoal Creek Filter Plant in Buford which distributes safe drinking water throughout Gwinnett County.