New coastal water plan aims to preser...

New coastal water plan aims to preserve drinking water

There are 1 comment on the Island Packet story from Jun 15, 2006, titled New coastal water plan aims to preserve drinking water. In it, Island Packet reports that:

A new coastal water plan aimed at combating the saltwater seeping into underground aquifers was unveiled Thursday with the hope of protecting the main drinking water supply for coastal Georgia and parts of ...

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St Simons John

Toronto, Canada

#1 Jun 16, 2006
As of 10 years ago, just 1 plant, Brunswick Pulp and Paper Co, in Glynn County GA, now Koch Cellulose, used more water a DAY than the whole City of Atlanta, with a MONSTER pipe going right down to the aquifier. Don't know what the statistics are now.

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