Water contamination can result from a number of things: petroleum leaks, chemical spills and even waste water run are among the common causes of water pollution across the state of Georgia. Regardless of its origin, hazardous waste of any kind within our water systems is a detriment to vital ecosystems. If you’re experiencing water pollution on your business or residential site, it’s important to take care of it in a timely fashion to avoid fines and to keep Georgia’s waterways clean.
As a leading Georgia remediation company, Georgia Oilmen’s Services works closely with state agencies to ensure that environmental standards are upheld. Below are some resources you might find helpful on water remediation services and protection guidelines and laws:
Water remediation services
from Georgia Oilmen’s Services
Georgia Remediation Services, LLC
offers mobile remediation services that can be used for removing large quantities of contaminated groundwater.
The Georgia Environmental Protection Division’s Watershed Protection Branch
manages water resources in Georgia and has information on local laws and guidelines.
Summary of the Clean Water Act
from the United States Environmental Protection Agency
Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District
The Atlanta Regional Commission’s Georgia Stormwater Management Manual