To maximize groundwater supply and reduce dependence on costly imported water, the City of Chino will build a $20 million dollar water treatment facility.

City of Chino Utilities Engineering and Operations Manager Amanda Coker said the facility will help the city meet its average daily water demands and serve as a backup supply to the imported water supply source delivered through the Rialto Pipeline.

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