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The impact of Alcoa Mt. Holly on Berkeley County, the Trident Region, and the remainder of South Carolina
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Strom Thurmond Institute.
Clemson University. Regional Dynamics & Economic Modeling Laboratory
The Alcoa Mt. Holly plant, located in Goose Creek in Berkeley County, South Carolina, generated an estimated impact of 996 jobs in Berkeley County during 2010, accounting for 2.7 percent of the county’s total employment in that year. The total impact for the Trident region, including Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester counties, was an estimated 2,899 jobs, over 1,700 of which were located in Charleston County. The plant, along with all economic activity associated with it, also netted county and municipal governments in Berkeley County approximately $7.3 million in revenues in that year.
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