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  • CONSERVE OUR WATER

    Water is the livelihood of metro Atlanta. We need it to sustain and thrive. Through our efforts, water use has dropped 10 percent despite a one million population increase. To meet future demand, we plan to do more.

    Learn more about how we are leading regional conservation efforts
  • PROTECT OUR WATER

    Access to clean water is important for our safety and vitality. We educate our communities on pollution prevention and turn wastewater into clean water, returning 67% of what we use back to its source.

    Learn how we protect the water in Metro Atlanta and downstream
  • SHARE OUR WATER

    Water conservation and pollution prevention are priorities to protect this natural resource that we share with our neighbors downstream. Since 2000, the District saw a 10 percent drop in total water withdrawals despite a population increase of one million people. Our conservation efforts have resulted in lower per capita usage than in Tallahassee, Tampa, Birmingham and Montgomery.

    Learn more about current litigation
  • Toilet Rebate Program

    Save Water, Earn Money

    Don’t flush money down the toilet. Replace your high flow toilet with a new WaterSense labeled toilet and receive a $100 rebate. Through this effort more than 91,000 toilets have been replaced with low flow models, saving more than 300,000 gallons of water per day.

    Learn more about the toilet rebate program

  • My Drop Counts

    Are You Committed to Conservation?

    Everyone must do their part – the public, businesses, and even the government. Learn more about water conservation, calculate your usage, and find out how you can make a difference. Pledge your commitment to save water and explore how others are making sure every drop counts!

    Learn more at My Drop Counts

  • 2014 Essay Contest

    Water Quantity vs. Quality

    The 2014 contest is now closed. We are thrilled with the response – in both quantity and quality of submissions. We had a record number of submissions this year – over 1,900 essays!

    This year's winners were honored at a reception at the Georgia State Capitol on December 4th, where the District-wide winner and runner-up were announced. Learn more

New & Newsworthy

  • Supreme Court Accepts Florida Case Against Georgia

    In the next step of litigation between the states, Georgia will soon file an answer to Florida's complaint related to equitable apportionment of waters in the Apalachicola-Chattahochie-Flint (ACF) basin.
    Learn more about litigation history in the basin
  • Georgia Seeks Answers to Water Supply Needs

    Atlanta Regional Commission, Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority and the State of Georgia filed lawsuits against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to prompt a response to water supply requests that have been pending for more than 30 years.
    Learn more about the ACT lawsuits
  • EPD Rule Update

    Stakeholder comments on possible new Rules for Water Quality Control relating to the Triennial Review process requested by December 10, 2014.

Upcoming Meetings

Water Drop Dash 5K

Race along the Chattahoochee River, and then enjoy giveaways, activities and games at the Family Water Festival. Get a running start and register today