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AZ Company Brings NJ Trash to SC PDF Print E-mail
Conservation Issues

More news about northeast trash coming to South Carolina.


When a legislator asks reporters to stop calling him, you know that a bill is aboveboard (see below).

You can read the original article here.

Trash from NYC, New Jersey sent to South Carolina

GREENVILLE, S.C. —WYFF News 4 Investigates learned out-of-state trash is coming to a South Carolina landfill for a huge amount of cash.

People who live near the Lee County Landfill in Bishopville, S.C. say the trash includes human feces. WYFF News 4 Investigates found Upstate lawmakers have signed off on a bill that some critics say would bring even more out of state trash to South Carolina.

Read more: AZ Company Brings NJ Trash to SC
"Flow Control" Information PDF Print E-mail
Conservation Issues


Tell your Senators to VOTE NO TO HOUSE BILL 3290­­­­­ 

Passage of this legislation would not only weaken the ability of local governments to be responsible stewards of their local waste stream, but it would also set a precedent that the General Assembly could nullify an ordinance enacted by a locally elected body acting within the scope of its authority. This could be disastrous for local environments, conservation efforts, wildlife, local economies and even Counties’ bond ratings.

To read the actual bill, click here


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Understanding Flow Control PDF Print E-mail
Conservation Issues

Trash measure is a pig in a poke

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NOV. 15, 2013 -- It’s pretty amazing how one television ad can transform a measure that didn’t make a blip on the legislative radar screen earlier this year into something that’s now controversial.

http://www.statehousereport.com/Images/mugs/00_10_brack60.jpgThe issue: trash.

In January, the S.C. House voted 89-28 to pass the “Business Freedom to Choose Act.” Sounds nice, although some may think it sounds like an odd abortion measure instead of a bill to “promote competition” between public and private landfills.

Read more: Understanding Flow Control
Third-Party Solar Leasing Information PDF Print E-mail
Renewable Energy


As electricity rates across South Carolina climb higher and higher, utility customers are looking for ways toease the strain of rising energy bills. Many customers want to generate their own electricity, but few canafford the high upfront costs of installing a renewable energy system. Using the power of free markets, H.3425 empowers any utility customer to finance their own renewable energy project with private capital.Through this policy, legislators can help utility customers lower their electric bills while simultaneouslycreating local jobs and improving South Carolina’s economy.
Click here to tell your representatives you want solar power in South Carolina.
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