The Georgia Water Coalition’s inaugural Clean 13 Report highlights extraordinary efforts on the part of businesses, industries, local governments, non-profits organizations, and individuals to protect the water and natural resources of Georgia. “Around the state, businesses and communities are making a difference for clean water,” said Joe Cook, advocacy and communication coordinator with Coosa River Basin Initiative, a Georgia Water Coalition member organization. “These may seem like small projects, affecting just an isolated area, but together they add up to big improvements for our water and communities.”
SGR’s client, Cox Enterprises is being recognized for its water conservation initiatives at Manheim Georgia. In southwest Atlanta, the Chattahoochee gets another boost at the Cox Enterprises-owned Manheim vehicle remarketing facility. The company details some 68,000 vehicles every year and recycles 60 percent of the water it uses. This water conservation means less water has to be pumped from the Chattahoochee to meet metro Atlanta’s water needs. As part of the Cox Conserves program, the company seeks to become water neutral by 2044. Cox is slide 7 on the link, click here to view.