Regulation 61-29 environmental health inspections and fees
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South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
SubjectEnvironmental health--South Carolina; Environmental protection--South Carolina; Environmental law--South Carolina
The Department of Health and Environmental Control (Department), to prevent disease and protect the environment, is required by various state laws and regulations to conduct environmental health inspections at facilities licensed, regulated, or registered by other state agencies. The Department also is requested by various state and federal agencies by policy or program guidelines to provide general environmental health inspections of specified facilities. These inspections cannot be provided unless funds to defray the cost of conducting the inspections and administering and operating the program are made available.
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