Clean 13 2017 Report

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2017 Clean 13 Report

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2017 Honorees:

City of Atlanta/Chattahoochee & South Rivers - City of Atlanta Tackles Stormwater Pollution With Green Solutions

Cox Enterprises/Chattahoochee River - Cox Enterprises’ Water Conservation Program Makes Atlanta’s Water Go Farther

(Note that the contact for Cox has changed. If you have questions, contact Stephanie Valdez Streaty)

Georgia Department of Natural Resources/Raccoon Creek - State Agency Protects Land, Water, Endangered Fish in Fast-Growing Paulding County

Georgia Institute of Technology/Tanyard Creek - Georgia Tech Campus Captures Stormwater to Conserve Water and Protect Urban Stream

Rep. John Meadows/Conasauga and Oostanaula Rivers - House Rules Chairman John Meadows Fights to Prevent Pollution from Fracking

Ladybug Farms/Tallulah River - Rabun County Sustainable Farm Extols Virtues of Rainwater Harvesting

Macon Water Authority/Ocmulgee River - Innovative Sewer Pipe Renewal Protects Macon’s Water Source and Recreational Hotspot

Mark Masters/Apalachicola, Chattahoochee & Flint Rivers - Albany State University Scientist Plays Critical Role In Water Planning

Scott Bridge Company/Altamaha River - Bridge Builder Protects Altamaha Endangered Fish and Mussels

Solar Crowdsource/Georgia's Rivers - Solarize Campaigns Help Save Homeowners Money While Saving Georgia's Rivers

South Fork Conservancy/Peachtree Creek - Creek Conservancy Group Connects Neighborhoods, Streams

Storm Water Systems/Georgia's Coastal Waters - Cleveland-based Company's Litter Traps Keep Plastics Out of Rivers, Oceans

United Parcel Service/Roaring Branch - Global Shipping Giant Makes Giant Strides in Protecting Local Streams at Distribution Centers

Note that the UPS contact for questions is now June Holder.