EPD Schedules Public Hearing in Bulloch County on DRAFT Well Permits for Mega Site, Read the Docs

The Environmental Protection Division (EPD) will host a public meeting and hearing to seek comments from the public on the draft permits for the wells to be drilled in Bulloch and Bryan counties.

The meeting is scheduled for August 13, 2024 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Southeast Bulloch High School.

Bulloch County submitted an application to EPD for two Floridan aquifer wells sited in Bulloch County, asking for up to 3.125 million gallons a day (mgd) on an annual average.

Bryan County has submitted an application to EPD for two Floridan aquifer wells sited in Bulloch County, asking for up to 3.500 mgd on an annual average.

The cumulative total of 6.625 mgd on an annual average will be used to provide water to the Bryan County Mega-Site and associated development.

Read the DRAFT permits for the wells by Bulloch County sited in Bulloch
Read the DRAFT permits for the wells by Bryan County sited in Bulloch
Read EPD’s responses to questions/concerns brought by public to date
Read the Public Meeting notice

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