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Prepared by Terasa Lott, Extension Associate Agent, Clemson University. The cost associated with testing and treatment of public water supplies is passed along to consumers through their water bills.
HGIC 3870 Printer Friendly Version (PDF) Water testing and treatment are expensive and inconvenient, but are necessary to ensure residents have access to a safe and reliable source of water.
Promotion of Barbados by the Lords Proprietor, distributed in England, Ireland and France, stressed both economic opportunity and freedom of conscience.
South Carolina joined the United States on May 23, 1788, as the eighth state of the Union.
(Director, Drinking Water Protection Division, Bureau of Water, SC DHEC) 07/15.
Individuals relying on private wells do not have this benefit and must seek testing on their own.
South Carolina has a freedom of information act which allows the citizens to be informed of the activities of public officials and to have access to public documents and meetings.
There are some exceptions to this rule such as trade secrets, information that would constitute unreasonable invasion of personal privacy or records in an ongoing criminal investigation.
There are 46 counties and 269 incorporated cities and towns in the state. South Carolina is known as the first state to secede from the Union on December 20, 1860, but it was restored to the United States during reconstruction after the Civil War.