Regulation 30-13 specific project standards for beaches and the beach/dune system
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South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control developed various regulations on maintaining, constructing, and using structures and activities within critical coastal areas. It addresses routine maintenance and repair of habitable systems, construction of new structures, additions to habitable structures, erosion control, sand dune management, nonwater-dependent structures, golf courses, and fishing piers. The regulations aim to balance development needs with environmental protection and public access to coastal resources. Specific standards and conditions are provided for each type of activity or structure.
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