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The Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) is lifting the Level 1 Drought Response in 12 north Georgia counties, which means the entire state is only under a non-drought outdoor water use schedule.
The Ambient Monitoring Program of the Georgia Environmental Protection Division’s (EPD) Air Protection Branch announces the release of a newly designed and reconfigured website devoted to Georgia’s air quality called AirGeorgia.org.
The Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) is easing outdoor water use restrictions in 55 counties including metropolitan Atlanta, but reminds Georgians that state law requires some statewide outdoor watering limits year-round.
Faced with a stubborn drought and the warmest April on record in Atlanta, the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) is urging metro Atlantans to conserve water and follow the state’s outdoor water use schedules.
Beginning May 1, the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) open burning ban will be in effect for 54 Georgia counties. The open burning ban has been in place during the summer ozone season since 2005.
The Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) will host a forum on Tuesday, March 14 in Hawkinsville to answer questions and also receive formal comments regarding Hollingsworth and Vose Company’s Air Quality Operating Permit application to construct a new manufacturing plant that woul
The Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) has announced it will ease outdoor water use requirements in 86 counties, but not in those north Georgia communities dependent on the Chattahoochee River and Lake Lanier for water supply.
Faced with worsening drought conditions in about three-fourths of the state, along with water supply concerns in some areas, the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) has declared it will raise the state’s drought response to Level 2 in 52 counties and impose a Level 1 Drought Resp