The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) is seeking proposals to conduct
Nonpoint Source (NPS) Water Pollution Control Projects that reduce nonpoint source contributions to South
Carolina waterbodies. Projects must be designed to achieve measurable water quality improvements. South Carolina public organizations such as state agencies, local governments, public universities, soil and water conservation districts, regional planning commissions, watershed organizations and nonprofit organizations are eligible to receive NPS grants. This solicitation invites proposals for the implementation of a watershed‐based plan. Proposals may either
implement a complete plan (project type 1) or only a portion of a plan (project type 2). Both project types focus on
identifying and implementing actions in a watershed to restore a waterbody. However, the difference in project
types focuses mainly on the scale of the effort. All projects are designed to implement Best Management Practices
(BMPs) in a manner that leads to significant reduction in the nonpoint source pollutant load to a waterbody. For more information about these 319 grants or how to submit a proposal please visit: http://www.scdhec.gov/environment/water/docs/319grantguide.pdf.
Phone: (803) 898-4222