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Cooperative Extension: Carolina Clear

Regional Consortiums

South Carolina manages stormwater through a permitting process administered by the  SC Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC). DHEC requires all construction sites of one acre or more, many industrial sites, and all regulated  Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) to obtain a stormwater permit. Carolina Clear works with our partnering MS4s to address the first two of six stormwater permit requirements:

  1. Public education and outreach
  2. Public participation and involvement
  3. Illicit discharge detection and elimination
  4. Construction site runoff control
  5. Post-construction site runoff control
  6. Pollution prevention/ good housekeeping

Carolina Clear partners with over 38 MS4 communities across South Carolina to provide quality outreach, education, and public involvement opportunities related to stormwater. In each Consortium region, a Clemson Extension Water Resources Agent leads a collaborative effort; working with partners, to provide programming, resources and technical support related to watershed stewardship. Follow the links below to find out more about the Consortium in your area.

Regional Consortiums

anderson and pickens counties stormwater partners by extension service
ashley cooper stormwater education consortium by clemson extension
coastal waccamaw stormwater education consortium by clemson extension
florence darlington stormwater consortium by clemson extension
lowcountry stormwater partners by clemson extension
sumter stormwater solutions by clemson extension
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