The Georgia Water Coalition’s annual “Dirty Dozen” list was released Thursday. It highlights serious pollution threats to waterways across the state.
But repeat offenders dominated the Dirty Dozen list, including several different issues relating to coal ash, which contains toxic materials.
“Our approach in having so many items on the list was to also focus on the different avenues, the different agencies that could help protect Georgia citizens,” said Jesse Demonbreun-Chapman of the Coosa River Basin Initiative.
Those avenues include the Environmental Protection Division, state legislators, and the Public Service Commission, he said.