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  • The 100 largest public water supplies in South Carolina--2000 

    Newcome, Roy, 1925-; South Carolina Land, Water and Conservation Division (South Carolina State Library, 2000)
    The 100 largest public water supplies in South Carolina are using an average of 500 million gallons per day in the year 2000. This amount of water, three-fourths of it from lakes and streams and the rest from wells and ...
  • The 100 largest public water supplies in South Carolina--2005 

    Newcome, Roy, 1925-; South Carolina Land, Water and Conservation Division (South Carolina State Library, 2005)
    The 100 largest public water supply systems in South Carolina are using about 565 million gallons per day in the year 2005. About 85 percent of the water is obtained from lakes and streams, the rest from wells and springs. ...
  • Developing a Framework for Regional Water Planning in South Carolina 

    Gellici, Joe; South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (South Carolina State Library, 2012-10)
    The objective of this Powerpoint presentation is to develop a water-resources management plan for each basin in South Carolina to ensure that an adequate and reliable supply of water will be available to sustain all future ...
  • Developing a Framework for Regional Water-Supply Planning in South Carolina 

    South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (South Carolina State Library, 2012)
    This Powerpoint presentation highlights the 1998 and 2004 South Carolina water plans and describes recommendations for current planning.