Bureau of Water Documents

The Bureau of Water at the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control publishes a variety of documents on the health of water in the state, including the annual safe drinking water report, technical reports, and a newsletter on recreational waters.

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    Drinking Water State Revolving Fund major financial policies FY 2024
    (2023-09-27) South Carolina Bureau of Water
    This gives loan requirement information for water quality projects designated according to the DHEC Priority List procedures. It includes information on eligibility, interest rates, loan terms, loan fees, security provisions disbursement and repayment policies.
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    Clean Water State Revolving Fund major financial policies FY 2024
    (2023-09-27) South Carolina Bureau of Water; South Carolina State Revolving Fund
    This gives loan requirement information for water quality projects designated according to the DHEC Priority List procedures. It includes information on eligibility, interest rates, loan terms, loan fees, security provisions disbursement and repayment policies.
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    Waccamaw capacity use area : groundwater evaluation report
    (2023-09) Kemmer, Courtney; Wyant, Pamela; South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
    This explains the groundwater management plan for the Waccamaw Region which includes Horry and Georgetown counties and provides an evaluation of current groundwater use and recommendations for its management going forward.
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    Bureau of Water [organizational chart]
    (2023-06) South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Bureau of Water
    The organizational charts for the Bureau of Water are released quarterly.
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    Western capacity use area groundwater evaluation report : permitting year 2024
    (2023-09) South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Bureau of Water
    The Western Capacity Use Area (Western Area), which includes the whole of Aiken County, Allendale County, Bamberg County, Barnwell County, Calhoun County, Orangeburg County, and the portion of Lexington County that lies south of the fall line, was the fifth of six currently designated areas of South Carolina’s Coastal Plain to be incorporated into the Capacity Use Program. In the parts of the state designated as a Capacity Use Area, a groundwater withdrawer is defined as, “a person withdrawing groundwater in excess of three million gallons during any one month from a single well or from multiple wells under common ownership within a one-mile radius from any one existing or proposed well” (Groundwater Use and Reporting Act, 2000).