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The Georgia Environmental Protection Division uses enforcement actions to correct serious environmental problems and to bring businesses, individuals, and government entities into compliance with environmental laws. The most common enforcement actions are consent orders and administrative orders. The order explains the nature of the problem, details the action necessary to correct the problem, and may or may not include a settlement amount or fine.

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Current Orders (notices that change weekly)

Date of Posting: Monday, April 15, 2024

Proposed Orders

Georgia EPD provides notice and opportunity for public comment on certain proposed orders. Notices are posted on this website weekly, usually on Monday. A thirty-day comment period is provided. Comments, suggestions, hearing requests, and other information (including but not limited to letters, documents, photos, and videos) should be mailed to the address shown in the notice.

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Facility Date Comment Period Closes
Hazlehurst WPCP
Jeff Davis County
24‑Apr‑2024 View
Trojan Battery Company LLC
DeKalb County
24‑Apr‑2024 View
Langboard MDF
Atkinson County
1‑May‑2024 View
Langboard MDF
Atkinson County
1‑May‑2024 View
American Egg Products, LLC
Pierce County
8‑May‑2024 View
City of Gainesville
Hall County
8‑May‑2024 View
City of Riceboro
Liberty County
8‑May‑2024 View

Executed Orders

Georgia EPD issues a notice of fully executed administrative orders and fully executed consent orders issued by the Director. The list is posted on this website weekly, usually on Monday.

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No Current Executed Orders

Mail Subscriptions

Mail subscriptions to these notices are available at a cost of $50 per year. That fee provides the subscriber with all notices of proposed and executed orders issued from July 1 through June 30 of the following year. For information about subscriptions, call Georgia EPD at (404) 657-5947 (inside the Atlanta calling area), or toll-free within Georgia at (888) 373-5947.

API Access

In an effort to increase open access to government data, we have released an API (application programming interface) with access to the entire public set of enforcement orders.

View details at the API documentation site.