The Georgia Environmental Health Association (GEHA) is a non-profit, professional organization, dedicated to promoting, supporting, training and registering, individuals working in environmental health fields throughout government, academia, industry and business.
Constitution & By-Laws
Voted on during the 2022 AEC, approved by the Membership July 28, 2012. See the previous version here.
Georgia Department of Public Health
Environmental Health Section
Georgia Department of Agriculture
Food Safety Division
Georgia Business and Industry
Georgia business and industry support and encourage a wide variety of environmental leadership initiatives. They share a commitment to the environment based on the principle that they shall conduct business in ways that protect and preserve our environment. Furthermore, they promote a philosophy of shared responsibility, where all participants in the supply chain accept responsibility for the environmental impacts occurring in their specific part of the chain. Working together with suppliers, customers, regulators and other environmental partners, Georgia business and industry achieve an effective balance between responsible environmental and economic stewardship.
GEHA is incorporated under the laws of Georgia, and the recognized Georgia affiliate of the National Environmental Health Association.
GEHA is not an official part of the Georgia Department of Public Health or the Georgia Department of Agriculture but its membership is comprised of many employees from these two Georgia Departments as well as members from the private sector and academia.
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