The Seven Out Superfund site is not in any of the severe aquifer recharge zones in Ware County, fortunately, but drainage from it goes right across Waycross into the Satilla River, carrying who-knows-what pollution with it. It’s time to find out what pollution, where it comes from, and what plume of toxic chemicals it is making underground.
These maps are from Joint Ware County – City of Waycross Community Assessment, September 2010, SGRC, which is part of the Joint Ware County – City of Waycross Comprehensive Plan.
Recharge zones legend:
Seven Out Superfund site (with tanks, lower center) and Folks Park (upper center) in Google Maps. If you zoom in, you can make out the creek going through the southeast corner of Folks Park.
Google streetview of the Seven Out site at 3 Folks Street, with water standing all over it; water that with a bit more rain runs off somewhere:
Map Legend (flood map):
This is Map D-7 City of Waycross Flood Insurance Rate Map (Firm) Greater Ware County Comprehensive Plan: