DHEC has a website dedicated to the proposed Seaco expansion and another site on the fertilizer plant believed to have caused the lead and arsenic in the soil. The Seaco site contains air and groundwater testing reports, the proposed contract between DHEC and the new owners of the property, and recent site assessments of the property . You can also sign up to be put on DHEC’s mailing list about this issue.
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Read previous stories on the Seaco expansion here.