Nonpoint source management plan 2020-2024
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South Carolina Bureau of Water. Watersheds and 319 Section
South Carolina Bureau of Water
SubjectNonpoint source pollution--South Carolina--Planning; Water quality management--South Carolina--Planning; Watershed management--South Carolina--Planning
The 2020-2024 South Carolina Nonpoint Source Management Plan describes the State’s Nonpoint Source Management Program, which is focused on protecting high quality waters from nonpoint source threats and restoring waters impaired by NPS pollution. The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control expects this Plan to be both useful and informative. The Plan will serve as a tool for positive change in protecting and improving water quality, as it provides a framework for addressing the major causes and sources of nonpoint source pollution in the state. It outlines the state’s goals and objectives for mitigating nonpoint source pollution and the strategies, management measures, partnerships, funding sources, and evaluation tools necessary to achieve those goals.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
|Digital Collection||South Carolina State Documents Depository|
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