ATLANTA – With lake levels rising and months of water conservation efforts paying off, the state Tuesday officially called off a 10 percent conservation order Gov. Sonny Perdue imposed last fall on water systems across North Georgia.
While the directive actually expired on March 30, the Georgia Environmental Protection Division could have kept it in effect during the rest of this spring and summer, when rainfall tends to be low and surface-water evaporation high.
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Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
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