Gwinnett County is already well-known for its water conservation (and treatment) prowess.
And now officials want to up the ante even further.
The county is ramping up efforts to bring a $30 million “water innovation center” to the property near the F. Wayne Hill Water Resources Center in Buford.
The new center, officials said, would allow the county to expand its research efforts and partnerships, as well as offer training and public education aspects.
But why does Gwinnett feel the need to make such a large investment?
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