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Enforcement of federal and state environmental laws and regulations. Permits, licenses, and certifications for activities which may affect the environment.
Safety information and resources for operating a boat.
Home, farm, and community environmental education.
The Bureau of Water strives to ensure high quality drinkable, fishable, and swimmable waters.
Environmental health information, such as checking restaurant ratings, preventing dog bites, preventing mosquito breeding, and what to do about food poisoning.
Permitting required for individuals or companies constructing or starting up a facility or process which may be a potential source for pollution.
Monitoring and enforcement for both indoor and outdoor air quality.
Department of Health and Environmental Control's Environmental application, registration, and reporting forms.
Check today's fire weather situation in South Carolina.
A section of the Forestry Commission responsible for monitoring, reporting, and coordinating suppression of endemic pests affecting forest trees in South Carolina.
A reference handbook for law enforcement officers and forestry fire managers.
View current news releases, upcoming events, and frequently asked forestry questions.
Required courses for hunting licenses available online or in the classroom. Hunting ethics, hunter/landowner relations, and basic conservation principles are covered.
Bureau within SCDHEC responsible for the management and coordination of all mining and waste-related activities throughout the state.
See what services we can offer to you to help with the management and development of your forest resources.
Programs for youth, adults, and teachers on hunting, fishing, boating, and wildlife.
Search by name or city for restaurants, grocery stores, open markets, bakeries, and more.
Identifies and manages aquatic plant problems in South Carolina's public waters.
Awards more than $10,000 to K-12 students and teachers for environmental action and awareness projects annually.
Free plant identifications are provided to the public.
Quality environmental education for undergraduate and graduate students.
Get details on the process to obtain your new Real ID before the deadline.
Pay a SCDHEC Invoice Payment Online.