Shellfish Sanitation Documents

The Department of Health and Environmental Control's Shellfish Sanitation Program ensures that shellfish (oysters, clams, and mussels) and the areas from which they are harvested meet the health and environmental quality standards provided by federal guidelines and state regulations.

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    Shellfish management area 20 2022 annual update 
    (2022-09) South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Shellfish Sanitation Section. Environmental Affairs
    The Department of Health and Environmental Control's Shellfish Sanitation Program's 25 shellfish management areas contain over 450 monitoring stations. The purpose of this monitoring network is to provide data which accurately reflects the sanitary conditions of coastal shellfish and shellfish growing waters in South Carolina and to ensure that the health of shellfish consumers are protected. Data from both the monitoring network and classification system provides the basis for this report.
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    Shellfish management area 19 2022 annual update 
    (2022-09) South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Shellfish Sanitation Section. Environmental Affairs
    The Department of Health and Environmental Control's Shellfish Sanitation Program's 25 shellfish management areas contain over 450 monitoring stations. The purpose of this monitoring network is to provide data which accurately reflects the sanitary conditions of coastal shellfish and shellfish growing waters in South Carolina and to ensure that the health of shellfish consumers are protected. Data from both the monitoring network and classification system provides the basis for this report.
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    Shellfish management area 18 2022 annual update 
    (2022-09) South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Shellfish Sanitation Section. Environmental Affairs
    The Department of Health and Environmental Control's Shellfish Sanitation Program's 25 shellfish management areas contain over 450 monitoring stations. The purpose of this monitoring network is to provide data which accurately reflects the sanitary conditions of coastal shellfish and shellfish growing waters in South Carolina and to ensure that the health of shellfish consumers are protected. Data from both the monitoring network and classification system provides the basis for this report.
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    Shellfish management area 17 2022 annual update 
    (2022-09) South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Shellfish Sanitation Section. Environmental Affairs
    The Department of Health and Environmental Control's Shellfish Sanitation Program's 25 shellfish management areas contain over 450 monitoring stations. The purpose of this monitoring network is to provide data which accurately reflects the sanitary conditions of coastal shellfish and shellfish growing waters in South Carolina and to ensure that the health of shellfish consumers are protected. Data from both the monitoring network and classification system provides the basis for this report.
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    Shellfish management area 16B 2022 annual update
    (2022-09) South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Shellfish Sanitation Section. Environmental Affairs
    The Department of Health and Environmental Control's Shellfish Sanitation Program's 25 shellfish management areas contain over 450 monitoring stations. The purpose of this monitoring network is to provide data which accurately reflects the sanitary conditions of coastal shellfish and shellfish growing waters in South Carolina and to ensure that the health of shellfish consumers are protected. Data from both the monitoring network and classification system provides the basis for this report.