Treated Little Arkansas River water passes through the aquifer storage and recovery plant in northwest Harvey County. The plant filters and treats water from the Little Arkansas, which is then introduced to the Equus Bed Aquifer, Wichita’s primary source of water.
Treated Little Arkansas River water passes through the aquifer storage and recovery plant in northwest Harvey County. The plant filters and treats water from the Little Arkansas, which is then introduced to the Equus Bed Aquifer, Wichita’s primary source of water. File photo
Treated Little Arkansas River water passes through the aquifer storage and recovery plant in northwest Harvey County. The plant filters and treats water from the Little Arkansas, which is then introduced to the Equus Bed Aquifer, Wichita’s primary source of water. File photo

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