Top DHEC violators in past five years

10/23/2013 4:22 PM

02/26/2014 9:19 PM

Top repeat violators in SC with fines during past five years

Name No. of DHEC enforcement orders Last Violation Total fines AVG FINE
           
1 Utilities Inc./Carolina Water Service 55 2012 $645,640 $11,739
2 U.S. Military 40 2010 $288,200 $7,205
3 GIANT CEMENT CO 24 2012 $521,550 $21,731
4 SCE&G 21 2013 $248,100 $11,814
5 PICKENs COUNTY 20 2012 $170,000 $8,500
6 DETYENS SHIPYARDS INC 20 2010 $181,150 $9,058
7 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF SC 16 2010 $226,460 $14,154
8 KEN MOORHEAD OIL CO INC 16 2009 $5,700 $356
9 COLUMBIA, CITY OF 16 2010 $133,270 $8,329
10 INTERNATIONAL PAPER CO/Union Camp 16 2011 $369,177 $23,074
11 RICHLAND COUNTY 15 2012 $884,099 $58,940
12 Exide 14 2010 $263,454 $18,818
13 BEAUFORT-JASPER WATER & SEWER AUTHORITY 13 2011 $60,300 $4,638
14 MCCALL FARMS INC 13 2013 $104,342 $8,026
15 GALEY & LORD LLC 13 2008 $137,400 $10,569
16 SC PUBLIC SERVICE AUTHORITY (SANTEE COOPER) 12 2012 $161,300 $13,442
17 MILLIKEN & CO 12 2011 $72,800 $6,067
18 NEWBERRY COUNTY WSA 12 2010 $60,800 $5,067
19 EASTOVER, TOWN OF 11 2012 $34,700 $3,155
20 SUMTER, CITY OF 11 2012 $59,300 $5,391
21 SLOAN CONSTRUCTION CO INC 11 2009 $83,600 $7,600
22 Avondale Mills/Graniteville Co. 11 2009 $41,000 $3,727
23 SCPRT 11 2010 $35,000 $3,182
24 ANDERSON, CITY OF 10 2012 $35,000 $3,500
25 BERKELEY COUNTY WATER & SANITATION 10 2012 $89,900 $8,990
26 BRANCHVILLE, TOWN OF 10 2010 $43,840 $4,384
27 CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 10 2012 218,518 $21,852
28 EVANS PETROLEUM CO INC 10 2013 $38,161 $3,816
29 HOLCIM/Holnam 10 2008 $94,300 $9,430
30 Koppers/Beazer 10 2010 $61,819 $6,182
31 LUCKY STRIKE INVESTMENTS INC 10 2013 $8,778 $878
32 MULLINS, CITY OF 10 2010 $78,900 $7,890
33 OWENS CORNING COMPOSITE MATERIALS LLC 10 2012 $63,750 $6,375
34 SC DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 10 2012 $28,075 $2,808
35 ALBEMARLE CORP 9 2010 $96,950 $10,772
36 BLACKVILLE, TOWN OF 9 2012 $53,079 $5,898
37 CROWN METRO CHEMICALS INC 9 2008 $229,850 $25,539
38 EDGEFIELD COUNTY W&S AUTHORITY 9 2011 $51,400 $5,711
39 LEE COUNTY LANDFILL/NE Landfill/Republic Services 9 2010 $56,400 $6,267
40 SOUTH CAROLINA, UNIVERSITY OF 9 2012 $240,000 $26,667
41 SOUTHERN ASPHALT 9 2010 $135,640 $15,071
42 CALHOUN FALLS, TOWN OF 8 2011 $42,800 $5,350
43 DARLINGTON COUNTY WATER & SEWER AUTHORITY 8 2010 $28,300 $3,538
44 DORCHESTER COUNTY 8 2012 $51,775 $6,472
45 Dupont/Invista/Teijin 8 2008 $38,800 $4,850
46 GREER COMMISSION OF PUBLIC WORKS 8 2009 $65,016 $8,127
47 HESS 8 2008 $26,900 $3,363
48 KERSHAW COUNTY 8 2012 $33,480 $4,185
49 Lexington County schools 8 2011 $27,200 $3,400
50 MCCOLL, TOWN OF 8 2011 $3,600 $450
51 RICHLAND COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT ONE 8 2010 $51,540 $6,443
52 AAA UTILITIES INC 7 2010 $43,400 $6,200
53 ABBEVILLE, CITY OF 7 2010 $23,695 $3,385
54 AIKEN COUNTY/Aiken PSA 7 2010 $37,800 $5,400
55 CALHOUN COUNTY 7 2011 $13,200 $1,886
56 CHESTER SEWER DISTRICT 7 2010 $65,294 $9,328
57 COLLETON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 7 2008 $20,600 $2,943
58 DARLINGTON, CITY OF 7 2009 $27,130 $3,876
59 DUKE ENERGY CORP 7 2009 $24,367 $3,481
60 ESTILL, TOWN OF 7 2012 $102,400 $14,629
61 KERSHAW, TOWN OF 7 2011 $31,300 $4,471
62 KINDER MORGAN BULK TERMINALS INC 7 2008 $93,850 $13,407
63 LANCASTER, CITY OF 7 2013 $95,300 $13,614
64 LEXINGTON, TOWN OF 7 2011 $31,500 $4,500
65 MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SC 7 2008 $31,600 $4,514
66 PANTRY INC 7 2010 $10,800 $1,543
67 WARE SHOALS, TOWN OF 7 2012 $31,400 $4,486
68 YORK COUNTY 7 2012 $51,500 $7,357
69 YORK, CITY OF 7 2012 $19,200 $2,743
70 ALLENDALE, TOWN OF 6 2010 $20,000 $3,333
71 BANJEE ENTERPRISES LLC 6 2012 $18,186 $3,031
72 BANKS CONSTRUCTION CO 6 2010 $28,500 $4,750
73 CAYCE, CITY OF 6 2012 $30,000 $5,000
74 CHAPIN, TOWN OF 6 2009 $12,900 $2,150
75 CHESTERFIELD, TOWN OF 6 2010 $14,500 $2,417
76 COLLINS CONSTRUCTION CO 6 2009 $16,800 $2,800
77 CORNER PANTRY INC 6 2012 $2,800 $467
78 CSX TRANSPORTATION 6 2012 $36,925 $6,154
79 DILLON, CITY OF 6 2013 $48,500 $8,083
80 LYNCHBURG, TOWN OF 6 2011 $2,000 $333
81 MCCORMICK COUNTY WATER & SEWER AUTHORITY 6 2010 $24,275 $4,046
82 RICHLAND COUNTY, EAST, PSD 6 2008 $77,300 $12,883
83 SC DEPT OF NATURAL RESOURCES 6 2012 $8,000 $1,333
84 SPARTANBURG COUNTY 6 2008 $22,900 $3,817
85 UNITED UTILITY COMPANIES INC 6 2012 $59,000 $9,833
86 WALTERBORO, CITY OF 6 2008 $29,320 $4,887
87 3R INC 5 2012 $35,700 $7,140
88 AMICK FARMS INC 5 2011 $35,350 $7,070
89 CAMDEN, CITY OF 5 2012 $12,400 $2,480
90 CARLISLE FINISHING LLC 5 2012 $19,250 $3,850
91 CHARLESTON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 5 2010 $13,278 $2,656
92 CHEROKEE COUNTY 5 2008 $82,851 $16,570
93 CHESTER COUNTY 5 2011 $10,080 $2,016
94 CHESTER WOOD PRODUCTS LLC 5 2011 $137,500 $27,500
95 DENMARK, CITY OF 5 2011 $8,325 $1,665
96 DOWD WATER SYSTEMS INC 5 2010 $3,400 $680
97 GEORGETOWN, CITY OF 5 2013 $25,850 $5,170
98 GJ CREEL & SONS INC 5 2012 $11,600 $2,320
99 GREAT FALLS , TOWN OF 5 2010 $31,475 $6,295
100 GREENVILLE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 5 2008 $87,053 $17,411
101 GREENWOOD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT 5 2011 $13,940 $2,788
102 HAMPTON, TOWN OF 5 2010 $42,100 $8,420
103 HIGH HILLS RURAL WATER CO INC 5 2011 $23,000 $4,600
104 JOHNSONVILLE, CITY OF 5 2012 $3,600 $720
105 KALPESH PATEL 5 2012 $5,353 $1,071
106 NEW ELLENTON, TOWN OF/COMM PUB WRK 5 2010 $0 $0
107 OCONEE COUNTY 5 2011 $47,500 $9,500
108 ORANGEBURG COUNTY/County landfills 5 2009 $1,800 $360
109 PAGELAND, TOWN OF 5 2011 $24,150 $4,830
110 Palmetto Health 5 2008 $17,575 $3,515
111 PALMETTO PLATING CO INC 5 2010 $56,798 $11,360
112 PHIBRO-TECH INC 5 2011 $66,000 $13,200
113 RIDGEWAY, TOWN OF 5 2010 $1,500 $300
114 ROCK HILL, CITY OF 5 2008 $48,600 $9,720
115 ROLLING MEADOWS I LLC 5 2010 $11,500 $2,300
116 SONOCO PRODUCTS CO 5 2010 $20,500 $4,100
117 SPARTANBURG, CITY OF 5 2011 $22,100 $4,420
118 SUMMERVILLE, TOWN OF/CPW 5 2010 $12,146 $2,429
119 TIMMONSVILLE, TOWN OF 5 2011 $38,300 $7,660
120 WINNSBORO, TOWN OF 5 2011 $20,500 $4,100
           
  TOTALS 1054   $8,978,429 $8,518

SOURCE: Department of Health and Environmental Control enforcement data base, 1991-2013 Note: Data does not include a full year for 2013

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