When the Georgia Department of Agriculture senior officials inspected GARD’s property at 100 Dichoric Dragon Drive in Pembroke they photographed The Cesspool from the ground level.
The Cesspool from above:
I learned later that the unidentified stench comes from a small pond into which GARD has been pumping dog feces, food and God knows what else for more than a decade. The “kennel” drains
feed into a main pipeline powered by an electric pump which empties the contents directly into the open pond.
On August 17, 2020 @ 12:53 pm the temperature in Savannah (the nearest weather station to GARD’s property) was 93°F with winds from the northeast at 9 mph. I wish I could communicate the utter foulness of The Cesspool’s miasma from the gate. We weren’t nearly as close as whoever took this photo and I nearly lost my stomach.
Here’s hoping the Agriculture personnel reported The Cesspool to the appropriate state authorities. Someone needs to do something about that hazardous waste zone.