Although Atlanta is a cultural and business hub, much of the state is covered in rolling hills and pasture land that supports the state’s diverse agriculture, mining, and tourism industries.
There’s no state with such a rich heritage and connection with an agricultural product as Georgia. The Georgia peach appears on license plates, memorabilia, and signs all across the state. In addition to peaches, the state’s major exports are poultry, pecans, timber, and cattle.
SERCAP's office in Georgia supports this diverse state’s needs by providing water, wastewater, solid waste and sustainability resources throughout Georgia’s many rural and agrarian areas.
If you are interested in learning more about SERCAP's Programs and Services and/or connecting with SERCAP in Georgia, please contact the state office: