Communities across the U.S. are responding to the PFAS contamination crisis by organizing and advocating for safe drinking water. This map shows sites with known contamination and where organizations are working for stronger health and environmental protections. Plug into a group working in your community, form a new group, or connect with others facing similar challenges.
Is there a PFAS contamination site near you? Use our interactive map to find out.
- Each red dot represents a site contaminated with PFAS.
- Click on a dot to learn more about the site.
- Click on a state to get information about all sites as well as community groups, health studies, and resources available in that state.
* This map focuses on sites where PFAS have been detected in the environment (groundwater, soil, and surface water), or in drinking water where the contamination is linked to a specific source and not merely the result of testing a water supply system.
Connect with Georgia
Georgia Contamination Areas
- DaltonIndustrial discharges to the Dalton Utilities wastewater treatment plant, primarily from carpet manufacturers that use PFAS chemicals to treat their productsLocation Dalton, GeorgiaDate 2006PFAS contamination source Industry / Manufacturing
- Dobbins Air Reserve BaseFirefighting foam used at Dobbins AFBLocation Cobb County, GeorgiaDate 2018PFAS contamination source Military - Air Force Base
- Moody AFBFirefighting foam used at Moody Air Force BaseLocation Lowndes County, GeorgiaDate 2016Community response Even though Moody's drinking water isn't affected, nearby residents say that their drinking water wells do not go nearly as deep as the Base's 400 ft well and that Lowndes County public water system has not been tested for the chemicals. Air Force said it was only authorized to address drinking water, and it did not detect contamination in its own drinking water. Therefore, it did not test any water off-base.PFAS contamination source Military - Air Force Base
- Robins AFBFirefighting foam used at Robins Air Force BaseLocation Houston County, GeorgiaDate 2017PFAS contamination source Military - Air Force Base
- RomeIndustrial discharges to the Conasauga River, primarily from carpet manufacturers that use PFAS chemicals to treat their productsLocation Rome, GeorgiaDate 2009PFAS contamination source Industry / Manufacturing
Georgia Community Groups
We are not aware of any community groups in this state addressing PFAS issues.
Georgia PFAS Exposure and Health Studies
We are not aware of any health or exposure studies in this state.
Georgia Agency Websites
- Georgia Department of Public Health
- Georgia Environmental Protection Division
- Gerogia Department of Natural Resources