Clean 13 Nomination Form

Nominations Due July 15, 2019

Take the plunge for clean water! Submit a nomination for the Clean 13!

Summary

The Georgia Water Coalition’s 3rd annual Clean 13 Report will highlight extraordinary efforts on the part of businesses, industries, local governments, non-profit organizations, and individuals to protect the water and natural resources of Georgia. Examples include:

  • businesses using innovation to solve pressing environmental problems;
  • local governments going above and beyond minimum requirements to protect water or land;
  • industries reducing water use, eliminating waste or implementing other sustainability programs;
  • non-profit organizations leveraging citizen activism to create change in their communities; or,
  • individuals leading projects to solve a community-wide water pollution problem.

By highlighting these efforts, the Coalition hopes to inspire others to emulate this work and create cleaner, stronger, more sustainable communities across the state. Anyone may submit a Clean 13 nomination…including the entity seeking recognition.

Nomination and Awards Process
A panel of representatives from the Georgia Water Coalition will review the nominations, and winners will be notified of their selection in early August. The Clean 13 Report will be published in September. Winners will be recognized at the Georgia Water Coalition Clean 13 Celebration in March 2020.

The Georgia Water Coalition works to assure enough clean water for this and future generations.

About the Georgia Water Coalition

The Georgia Water Coalition is a group of more than 250 organizations representing more than 250,000 Georgians. Its mission is to protect and care for Georgia's water resources, which are essential for sustaining Georgia's prosperity, providing clean and abundant drinking water, preserving diverse aquatic habitats for wildlife and recreation, and strengthening property values.

Nomination Form

To file your nomination, complete the form and narrative below. Or you may complete it in another document and e-mail  it to [email protected]  Or click here to download a pdf of the form and mail it to Joe Cook,  5 Broad St. Rome, GA 30161.

  • Nominations must have direct or indirect impacts on protection of Georgia’s water resources. Some examples include:
    • a land protection project that has positive impacts on the health of a nearby stream
    • a renewable energy or energy efficiency project that reduces dependency on fossil fuel-based power generation (a power source that negatively impacts our rivers and streams)
    • an outdoor recreation project that connects people with our rivers and streams like a water trail