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Due to the COVID-19 virus, GEFA staff are working remotely—with minimal staff in the office—to ensure our programs continue operating smoothly.
This webinar will provide an overview of watershed management approaches to preserve water supply sources, habitats, floodplains, and other critical natural resources. The speakers will discuss how their communities collaborate with partners to address issues that directly impact their watershed.
This webinar covers water conservation and education at a variety of scales: the system level, the development level, the household level, and individual property owner level. The speakers will discuss strategies for water loss control and conservation planning.
This webinar will provide an overview on creating a stormwater utility, having an inspection and maintenance protocol, and educating citizens and commercial customers on their role in stormwater management.
This webinar will address the evaluation and assessment of current water supply, capacity of facilities to treat water and wastewater, and proper planning for future water needs.
The quarterly meeting of the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority board of directors.
A telephone conference call meeting of the Board of the Georgia Environmental Loan Acquisition Corporation.
The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) and the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) will hold a public meeting to present and receive comments on the Intended Use Plans (IUPs) for ASADRA and the revised 2019 Clean Water State Revolving Fund.
The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) and the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) will hold a public meeting to present and receive comments on EPD’s work plans that are included in the 2018 and 2019 Drinking Water State Revolving Funds.