Introduced by Represenative Bannister and Speaker Smith, this joint resolution would allocate $500 million from the contingency reserve fund to the Department of Commerce to fund economic development projects. The joint resolution would also allocate $586.6 million of…
H.3514 is the would require DHEC to regulate PFAS in drinking water. The companion bill to this one, S.219, was taken up in the Medical Affairs Committee.
S.219 is a joint resolution that initially required DHEC to establish drinking water standards for a family of toxic ‘forever’ chemicals called Perfluroalkly Substances (PFAS). These compounds have been used for decades in hundreds of waterproof, stain-resistant, and non-stick products,…
S.596 would give DHEC regulatory authority over pre-production plastics (nurdles). The bill passed the Senate, but got held up in the House.
H.4718 requires DHEC to set safe limits for the amount of these toxic chemicals in our drinking water.
S. 1111 requires DHEC to set safe limits for the amount of these toxic chemicals in our drinking water.
S. 107 would have removed over 1,600 low hazard dams from the State’s dam safety program.
S.984 requires DHEC to provide public notice within 24 hours of a major spill.