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Georgia Drinking Water

Annual Report
The water you drink
Drinking water suppliers now provide reports (sometimes called consumer confidence reports) that tell where drinking water comes from, and what contaminants may be in it.

 Local information, such as contacts, case studies, and more on source water protection for your state can be found here.

To view the information about your drinking water supplier that is in EPA's database, enter part or all of your water supplier's name, or browse the list of counties in your state. Then, click the "Search" button.

To view the information about your drinking water supplier that is in EPA's database, please visit the Envirofacts page on your state.

If your drinking water comes from a private well, you are responsible for your water's safety.  EPA rules do not apply to private wells (although some state rules do), but EPA recommends that well owners have their water tested annually.  Contact your state to get a list of certified commercial laboratories that test drinking water.

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Where does drinking water come from?
To find out about the watershed that supplies your drinking water and how to protect it, click here. If your water comes from a ground water source, read about your state's ground water quality.Exit EPA Disclaimer

 

State drinking water offices
Georgia's drinking water program  Exit EPA Disclaimer Georgia's source water program
Water Resources Branch
Environmental Protection Division
Dept. of Natural Resources
Floyd Towers East, Room 1362
205 Butler Street, SE
Atlanta, GA 30334
404-656-5660
Water Resources Branch
Environmental Protection Division
Dept. of Natural Resources
Floyd Towers East, Room 1362
205 Butler Street, SE
Atlanta, GA 30334
404-656-0719

 

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Compliance trends
Each state produces an annual report on trends among its drinking water systems. Georgia's report is not online, but read EPA's national summary to learn how to get a copy.

 

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Funds for safer water
States can use funds that the EPA makes available through the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program to help their water suppliers improve drinking water quality.

For general information on drinking water

Contact EPA's Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.

 

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