Related Links Hazardous Site Inventory The Hazardous Site Inventory is a list of sites in Georgia where there has been a known or suspected release of a regulated substance above a reportable quantity and which have yet to show they meet state clean-up standards found in the Rules for Hazardous Site Response or in the Voluntary Remediation Program Act. Solid Waste Trust Fund Reports Learn how the Solid Waste Trust Fund, funded by a fee on the sale of new tires in Georgia, has been used to clean up scrap tires, support statewide recycling initiatives and ensure the safe management of abandoned landfills. Fish Consumption Guidelines The quality of sport fish caught in Georgia is very good; however, low levels of some chemicals have been found in some fish. To help ensure the good health of Georgians, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources has developed guidelines for how often certain species of fish can be safely eaten. Final Total Maximum Daily Loadings (TMDLs) 305(b)/303(d) List Documents Green Growth Guidelines The purpose of the Green Growth Guidelines is to demonstrate how low impact development (LID) strategies can result in significant positive impacts on the environment while providing superior outcomes both socially and economically. The Green Growth Guidelines outline the environmental, social, and economic benefits from use of LID strategies when compared to today’s conventional development approach. Toxics Release Inventory The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a resource for learning about toxic chemical releases and pollution prevention activities reported by industrial and federal facilities. TRI data support informed decision-making by communities, government agencies, companies, and others. Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) created the TRI Program.