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The Big Cottonwood Conduit moves water from the water treatment plant to distribution reservoirs at 33rd South. A manhole near Pete's Rock is a remnant of the old Big Cottonwood Conduit. Now the Big Cottonwood Conduit runs underneath Wasatch Boulevard, parallel to the Salt Lake Aqueduct, which brings water from Deer Creek Reservoir and the Little Cottonwood Water Treatment Plant.