Rehydrating the Floridan aquifer, whence both South Georgia and much of the state of Florida draw their drinking water supplies, is definitely in order. Decades of draining surface waters into the ocean hasn't just dewatered millions of acres but depleted the underground supply. However, injecting industrial waste waters is not an appropriate response. Industrial wastes need to be removed, not just neutralized by adding even more chemicals.
A storm water DRIP, on the other hand should work because, although the initial surge of storm water is laden with contaminants from our roads, it has been amply demonstrated that, given enough time, natural biological communities can provide a thorough cleaning. Time is of the essence. That's why we want a DRIP, rather than a flow:
D = detain
R = retrain
I = infuse
P = percolate
And the upshot is that no-one will have reason to complain.