Georgia's Source Water Assessment and Protection Program for Public Drinking Water Sources
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The Implementation Plan for Georgia's Source Water Assessment and Protection Program was submitted to The US Envirorimental Protection Agency (USEPA) on January 29, 1999 by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD). The Implementation plan outlines the strategies and procedures the State of Georgia will use to meet the requirements of the Source Water Assessment and Protection Program (SWAPP). The following paper is a highlight of the major points of the State's program.
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