"We, the members of
the Georgia Environmental Health Association, stand committed to
educating ourselves and our fellow citizens on the issues at the
forefront of environmental awareness. Our main objective is to
maintain a safe and secure homeland environment not only for the
citizens of Georgia but our nation and world as well. We believe
that through the cooperative effort of our group of environmental health
professionals we can work to achieve this goal and help to ensure the
safety of our world environment for many years to come."
- GEHA's Past
President, Chad McCord
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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.
The Georgia Environmental
Health Association (GEHA), Inc. 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.
GEHA is incorporated under the laws of Georgia, and the
recognized Georgia affiliate of the
National Environmental Health Association.
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