S. C. Stormwater Management and Sediment Reduction Regulations. Dwayne E. Creel, P.E. Manager, SCDHEC Stormwater, Agricultural and Dams and Reservoir Safety Permitting Section. What Regulations Apply to Land Disturbing Activities?.
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Dwayne E. Creel, P.E.
Manager, SCDHEC Stormwater, Agricultural and Dams and Reservoir Safety Permitting Section
$100/disturbed acre up to a maximum of $2000
$125 (If the project is exempt from the State permitting requirement, but requires a review for NPDES coverage, then a $100/disturbed acre fee also applies)
- inline treatment devices (Stormceptor, Vortechnics, Baysaver, etc.)
- grassed swales
- buffer strips
- drop inlet filter devices (filter socks, bags, etc.)
- bioretention areas
inspecting the pond once a month
mowing grass and weeds when necessary
regrading and restablizing, if necessary, etc.
Owners/operators of construction activities that disturb 10 or more acres must submit monthly reports to DHEC summarizing the inspections and compliance status
- preparer of the SWPPP or someone who works directly for the plan preparer
- someone with a registration equivalent to that of the plan preparer or someone who works directly for that equivalent individual
- a Certified Sediment and Erosion Control Inspector (must have been certified through a DHEC approved training course, passed an examination, and have adequate work experience in sediment and erosion control)
Civil penalties of up to $10,000 per day per violation
Criminal penalties of up to $25,000 per day per violation