Regulation 61-30 environmental protection fees
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South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
SubjectEnvironmental protection--South Carolina; Coastal zone management--Law and legislation--South Carolina; Coastal zone management--South Carolina; Environmental law--South Carolina; Environmental permits--South Carolina
Pursuant to South Carolina Code Sections 48-2-50 (1993) and 48-39-145, the Department of Health and Environmental Control shall charge fees for environmental programs it administers pursuant to federal and state law and regulations. This regulation prescribes those fees applicable to applicants and holders of permits, licenses, certificates, certifications, and registrations (hereinafter, “permits”) and establishes schedules for timely action on permit applications. This regulation also establishes procedures for the payment of fees, provides for the assessment of penalties for nonpayment, and establishes an appeals process to contest the calculation or applicability.
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