6000 Drinking Water Protection in Georgia | UGA Cooperative Extension
Bulletin 1242-5
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Drinking water sources in Georgia (surface and ground water) can be contaminated by landfills and dumps, leaky septic tanks, urban runoff, industry and agricultural operations. The state of Georgia has implemented two programs designed to identify potential sources of pollution and protect drinking water sources.


Status and Revision History
Published on Sep 28, 2004
Published on Feb 23, 2009
Published on May 14, 2009
Published with Full Review on May 15, 2012

Faculty
L. Mark Risse Professor and Director, Crop & Soil Sciences
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