Upgrade Suwannee River Basin Water Quality Standards in Georgia
All of Georgia's rivers in the Suwannee River Basin are classified as Fishing,
which is the least strict level for water quality standards.
WWALS (Suwannee Riverkeeper) thinks they should all be reclassified as Recreational,
and you can help.
Every three years, federal law requires each state to review its water quality standards.
This is such a year for Georgia, so the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (GA-EPD)
is conducting a Triennial Review.
For the request WWALS sent to GA-EPD, background, and their response, see:
Middle Name or Initial (if you use one)
Which river, lake, bay, or swamp do you use? (Check all that apply)
Reed Bingham State Park Lake
What activities do you do on the river? (Check all that apply)
Any additional comments you want sent to GA-EPD about how you use our waters and why it should be reclassified as Recreational Use:
Links to any relevant photographs of uses of our waters that you want sent to GA-EPD:
Send me a copy of my responses.
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