Applying for a Permit, License, Certification or Registration from DHEC

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In this presentation:

- Which Permit(s) Do I Need?

- Your Planning List

- How long will the Permitting Process Take?

- Planning Process Time Frames for Some of DHEC's More Common Permits

- Applying for a Permit, License, Certification or Registration from DHEC

Sound, responsible public health and environmental decisions go hand-in-hand with strong, successful businesses. If your new business or expansion could have an impact on public health or the environment in South Carolina, chances are, you'll need a permit from DHEC. You may actually need several permits, licenses or registrations before starting or expanding your business. If you're required by law to get one of more permits, you'll need some of those permits well before you disturb land for construction.

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