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SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
2600 Bull Street, Columbia SC, 29201
Phone: 803-898-3432
SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Rembert C. Dennis Building
1000 Assembly Street, Columbia, SC 29201
Phone: 803-734-4007

Laws and Regulations
1991 law, SB366 set a 30% waste reduction goal and a 25% recycling goal by 1997. Recycling goal was met but waste reduction was not. In 1999, Bill 3927 increased the state recycle goal of municipal solid waste to 35% and a waste reduction goal of 3.5 pounds per person per day by June 30, 2005. So far, neither of these goals have been met. In FY 2002, South Carolina recycled 28.7% of its municipal solid waste and generated 4.2 pounds per person per day.

Catalytic Converter Companies
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Company Profile: Engelhard - Deoxo® Catalytic Ozone Converter Overview - ...spacer Deoxo® Catalytic Ozone Converter Overview ...standards, Engelhard's Deoxo catalytic converters have been the number one choice...Aircraft presently using Deoxo catalytic converters...
http://www.engelhard.com/Lang1/xDocID1C246AA750644B689533A6B49D258C87/xDocT...

Educational Opportunities

  • Solid Waste Reduction and Recycling
  • South Carolina Commerce Recycling
  • University of South Carolina Recycling

    News
    Thanks to rigorous auto emissions standards in California--where regulators are trying to clean up the worst air in the country--no less than a dozen car companies now offer Partial Zero Emission Vehicle (PZEV) cars for sale in the U.S. While these cars run on gasoline and don't necessarily get better mileage than their traditional counterparts, they do produce much cleaner emissions by controlling exhaust gases with sophisticated engine controls and advanced catalytic converters. Most auto pollution is released while a car is warming up and the catalytic converter is still cold. But PZEVs, through the use of lightweight steel and aluminum components, computerized valve timing and other advanced engineering technologies, heat the catalytic converter quickly, which reduces emissions significantly. These reduced emissions qualify the cars as "low-emission vehicles" (LEVs) in the "clean car states" of California, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine, each which requires automakers to sell a certain percentage of "green" cars. Environmentalists are optimistic that the fast-growing fleet of PZEVs on America's roads will have a much larger and more positive impact on environmental quality than the even cleaner running gasoline-electric hybrids, which are still niche vehicles. In fact, already for every hybrid Prius sold by Toyota since it was introduced in 2000, Ford has sold three PZEV Focuses. http://savannahbest.com/family/eartharc1.htm

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