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Facts About Georgia:

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According to the 2010 United States Census Bureau the population of Georgia is estimated at 9,687,653 people.

The land area of Georgia is 57,513.49 square miles. The population density of Georgia is estimated to be 168.4

people per square mile.

 

Geographically, Georgia is surrounded by Alabama to the West, Tennessee to the North, Atlantic Ocean and South

Carolina to the East, and Florida to the South. The state abbreviation for Georgia is GA.

Governor of Georgia:

Current Governor of the state of Georgia, Nathan Deal, was originally elected to the U.S. House of Representatives as a Democrat in 1992, but converted to the Republican Party in 1995. Deal was elected the 82nd Governor of Georgia in 2011.

 

Nathan Deal’s parents taught him to appreciate the land and those who farm it. Governor Deal earned undergraduate degree from Mercer University and went to serve his country in the United States Army. Later, he practiced law as a criminal prosecutor, a juvenile court judge, and then served 12 years in the Senate, where he was elected president pro tem, and 9 terms in the U.S. Congress as chairman and ranking member of the Subcommittee on Health.

 

You can contact Governor Deal by visiting this link and filling out an online form: Contact Governer Deal: Click Here

 

or write to:

 

Governor Deal

206 Washington Street

Suite 203, State Capitol

Atlanta, GA 30331

Phone: 404-656-1776

Fax: 404-657-7332

Sewage is a subset of Georgia wastewater services that may appear on your utility bill. Sewage is the term for wastewater that contains human waste contaminants. However, sewage sometimes describes all wastewater that is disposed of through the sewer. You can read about each Georgia city’s wastewater services on Georgia Wastewater Services Website: http://www.acwf.org/wastewater-services-georgia

 

Georgia Department of Health regulates management, design, installation, inspection and trouble-shooting for On-site Sewage Systems. You may visit the following link to download manual for on-site sewage management systems, including, but not limited to on-site sewage management systems rules and regulations, use of soils in sewage treatment systems, disposal systems, sewage flow schedule, sewage removal and disposal, experimental on-site sewage management systems, etc.: http://health.state.ga.us/programs/envservices/onsitemanual.asp. Other helpful information from Georgia Department of Public Health includes Environmental Health

Emergency Preparedness Program and can be viewed here:

 

http://health.state.ga.us/programs/envservices/emergencypreparedness.asp

 

If you need to get in touch with GA Department of Public Health, their contact information is 404-657-6534

 

County and District Contact Information

Environmental Contact Info Brochure

After Hours Public Health Emergencies

1-866-PUB-HLTH (782-4584)

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Georia's City List

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Georgia water clean up (cleanup) and sewage clean up (cleanup) is the easiest way to find a water cleanup company in your city! All of the companies listed on this site are certified by the IICRC in water cleanup and they are 100% local. Get in touch with your neighborhood water cleanup company or water cleanup companies today.

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According to FEMA, floods are one of the most common hazards in the United States. Flood effects can be local, impacting a neighborhood or community, or very large, affecting entire river basins and multiple states.

 

However, all floods are not alike. Some floods develop slowly, sometimes over a period of days. But flash floods can develop quickly, sometimes in just a few minutes and without any visible signs of rain. Flash floods often have a dangerous wall of roaring water that carries rocks, mud, and other debris and can sweep away most things in its path. Overland flooding occurs outside a defined river or stream, such as when a levee is breached, but still can be destructive. Flooding can also occur when a dam breaks, producing effects similar to flash floods.

 

Be aware of flood hazards no matter where you live, but especially if you live in a low-lying area, near water or downstream from a dam. Even very small streams, gullies, creeks, culverts, dry streambeds, or low-lying ground that appear harmless in dry weather can flood. Every state is at risk from this hazard.  Click here and find out what to do before, during, and after a flood.

Water damage restoration is a business that requires a prepared response.  A prepared response means that technicians answering phones must be informed how to communicate with customer and not the water restoration shop talk. It also means that all vehicles must be fueled and stocked with the right kind of drying and decontamination equipment.

 

Upon arrival, the first thing to do is the safety assessment without just walking into a water damaged home or business; there is risk of electrical shock. Next, is a clear discussion of initial procedure: moisture detection, water extraction or sewage removel, picture or video documentation, moving furniture.  After this initial procedure is the measuring affected area(s) and measuring area dimensions.

 

When it comes to sewage clean up (cleanup), sewage removal, sewage extraction, and sewage under a house or sewage in a crawlspace, there needs to be the control of airflow as well. Airbourne pathogens are part of the risk. Sewage (black water) is considered contamination or contaminated water.  According to the IICRC, this type of contamintation is categorized as 'category 3'.  Ground water is categorized as 'category 4'.

 

My objective on this site is to give detailed information with solutions that lead to the nearest company for mitigation (clean up & decontamination).  My name is Eric Whtie.  I am the owner of Flood Atlanta, LLC. 

Metro Atlanta - Water Cleanup

Metro Atlanta - Sewage Cleanup

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Metro Atlanta - Water Heater Repair

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Metro Atlanta - Water Removal

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Metro Atlanta - Sewage Removal

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Metro Atlanta - Water Restoration

Metro Atlanta - Water Restoration