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Georgia Water Coalition’s Dirty Dozen 2016

August 9, 2016

Do YOU KNOW any waters in Georgia in desperate need of attention?

If so, you should submit your nomination to the Georgia Water Coalition‘s Dirty Dozen! The Dirty Dozen is a call to action for waters in Georgia! Think about the following questions:

-Is your watershed beset by ongoing problems that local, state, or federal authorities fail to correct?
-Does a land development, water supply or other major proposed project threaten a special place in your community or region?
-Is a local, municipal, or industrial facility fouling your river?

If the answer is YES to any of these, submit your issue for the Dirty Dozen 2016 list! BUT be sure to do so by August 12th because the Georgia Water Coalition WILL NOT be accepting any forms after that date!

Here are some examples of nominations:
• A proposed project that threatens local streams or aquifers
• A municipal or industrial wastewater treatment facility failing to meet permit requirements
• A pollution problem which cannot be corrected through existing laws/rules
• A pollution problem that local and state authorities are failing to correct
• A pollution problem resulting from lack of state and/or federal regulatory oversight

Click this link to read and complete the form:
http://www.garivers.org/gawater/pdf%20files/2016DirtyDozen/2016%20Dirty%20Dozen%20Nomination%20form.pdf

To see the Dirty Dozen 2011-2015 lists, click here:
http://www.garivers.org/gawater/dirtydozen.htm

***DEADLINE IS AUGUST 12TH***

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