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Home ::: South Carolina

Population: 4630351

Total Males: 2251898
Total Females: 2378453
Median Household Income: $ 44623
Total Households: 1768255

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of South Carolina in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Abbeville Adams Run
Aiken Alcolu Allendale
Anderson Andrews Arcadia
Arcadia Lakes Atlantic Beach Augusta
Awendaw Aynor Ballentine
Bamberg Barnwell Batesburg
Batesburg-Leesville Bath Beach Island
Beaufort Beech Island Belton
Belvedere Bennettsville Berea
Bethune Bishopville Blacksburg
Blackstock Blackville Blair
Blenheim Bluffton Blythewood
Boiling Springs Bonneau Bowling Green
Bowman Bradley Branchville
Brunson Buffalo Burton
Cades Calhoun Falls Camden
Cameron Campobello Canadys
Carlisle Cassatt Catawba
Cayce Central Chapin
Chappells Charleston Charleston Air Force Base
Cheraw Cherry Grove Beach Chesnee
Chester Chesterfield Clarks Hill
Clearwater Clemson Cleveland
Clifton Clinton Clio
Clover Colonial Columbia
Columbia Lexington Columbiana Conestee
Converse Conway Coosawatchie
Cope Cordesville Cordova
Costa Mesa Cottageville Coward
Cowpens Cross Cross Anchor
Cross Hill Dalzell Daniel Island
Darlington Daufuskie Island Davis Station
Denmark Dillon Donalds
Dorchester Drayton Due West
Duncan Early Branch Easley
Eastover Edgefield Edgemoor
Edisto Beach Edisto Island Effingham
Ehrhardt Elgin Elko
Elliott Elloree Enoree
Estill Eutawville Fair Play
Fairfax Fairforest Fingerville
Florence Folly Beach Fork
Fort Jackson Fort Lawn Fort Mill
Fountain Inn Fripp Island Furman
Gable Gadsden Gaffney
Galivants Ferry Garden City Garnett
Gaston Georgetown Gilbert
Glendale Gloverville Goose Creek
Gramling Graniteville Gray Court
Great Falls Greeleyville Green Sea
Greenviile Greenville Greenwood
Greer Gresham Grover
Hamer Hampton Hanahan
Harbor Island Hardeeville Hardeville
Harleyville Hartsville Heath Springs
Hemingway Hickory Grove Hilda
Hilton Head Hilton Head Island Hilton Head Isle
Hodges Holly Hill Hollywood
Honea Path Hopkins Huger
Indian Land Inman Irmo
Isle Of Palms Iva Jackson
Jacksonboro James Island Jamestown
Jefferson Jenkinsville Joanna
Johns Island Johnsonville Johnston
Jonesville Kearney Kershaw
Kiawah Island Kinards Kingstree
Kirkland La France Ladson
Ladys Island Lake City Lake View
Lake Wylie Lamar Lancaster
Lando Landrum Lane
Langley Latta Laurens
Laurinburg Leesville Lexington
Liberty Liberty Hill Lincolnville
Little Mountain Little River Little Rock
Livingston Lobeco Lockhart
Lodge Long Creek Longs
Loris Lugoff Luray
Lydia Lyman Lymon
Lynchburg Manning Marietta
Marion Martin Mauldin
Mayesville Mayo Mc Cormick
McBee McClellanville McColl
McConnells McCormick Meggett
Minturn Modoc Moncks Corner
Monetta Montmorenci Moore
Mount Carmel Mount Croghan Mount Pleasant
Mountain Rest Mountville Mt Pleasant
Mt. Pleasant Mullins Murrell's Inlet
Murrells Inlet Murrlls Inlet My Pleasant
Myrtle Beach N Augusta N Charleston
N Myrtle Beach N. Charleston Nanuet
Neeses Nesmith New Ellenton
New Zion Newberry Nichols
Ninety Six No Charleston No. Augusta
No. Charleston Norris North
North Augusta North Charleston North Myrtle Beach
Norway Okatie Olanta
Olar Orangeburg Pacolet
Pacolet Mills Pageland Pamplico
Parris Island Patrick Pauline
Pawleys Island Paxville Peak
Pelion Pelzer Pendleton
Pickens Piedmont Pineland
Pineville Pinewood Plum Branch
Pomaria Port Royal Powdersville
Prosperity Rains Ravenel
Reevesville Reidville Rembert
Richburg Richland Ridge Spring
Ridgeland Ridgeville Ridgeway
Rion Rock Hill Rock Hill Lane
Roebuck Round O Rowesville
Ruby Ruffin Russellville
Saint George Saint Helena Island Saint Matthews
Saint Stephen Salem Salley
Salters Saluda Sandy Springs
Santee Sardinia Scotia
Scranton Seabrook Seabrook Island
Sellers Seneca Sharon
Shaw Air Force Base Sheldon Silverstreet
Simpsonville Six Mile Slater
Smyrna Society Hill South Of The Border
South Ridgeway Spartanburg Spartanburgh
Springfield St George St Helena
St Matthews Starr Startex
STATESBORO Sullivans Island Summerton
Summerville Sumter Sunset
Surfside Surfside Bch Surfside Beach
Swansea Sycamore Tamassee
Tatum Taylors Tega Cay
Tigerville Tillman Timmonsville
Townville Travelers Rest Trenton
Troy Turbeville Ulmer
Una Union Van Wyck
Vance Varnville Vaucluse
W. Columbia Wadmalaw Island Wagener
Walhalla Wallace Walterboro
Wando Ward Ware Shoals
Warrenville Washougal Waterloo
Wedgefield Wellford West Ashley
West Columbia West Union Westminster
Westville White Rock White Stone
Whitmire Williamston Williston
Windsor Winnsboro Woodruff
Yemassee Ynman Yonges Island
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: South Carolina

Basic History

Following exploration of the coast in 1521, the Spanish tried unsuccessfully to establish a colony, and the French also failed. The first English settlement was made in 1670. South Carolina, officially separated from North Carolina in 1729, was the scene of extensive military action during the Revolution and again during the Civil War. Germans and Swiss, arriving in the 1730s and 40s, and Scotch-Irish and other migrants from Virginia and Pennsylvania, arriving in the 60s, settled the colony’s lower middle country and uplands. South Carolina ratified the federal Constitution in 1788, and replaced the royal charter with a state charter in 1790.

Environmental History

Principal trees of South Carolina include balsam fir, beech, yellow birch, pitch pine, and cypress, several types of maple, ash, hickory, and oak. Longleaf pine, mixture of moss and lichens are found across the state. 20 plant species are now listed threatened or endangered, including smooth coneflower, black spored quillwort, pondberry and persistent trillium. Mammals include white-tailed deer, black bear, opossum, gray and red foxes, cottontail and marsh rabbits, mink, and woodchuck. Varieties of raccoon are indigenous. 22 animal species are listed as threatened and endangered, including the Indiana bat, Carolina heelsplitter, bald eagle, five species of sea turtle, and shortnose sturgeon.

Green Initiatives

CAROLINAgreen Sustainable Initiatives include: significant reductions in emissions; a new biomass facility uses a gasification system that turns an abundant supply of renewable biofuels into steam by superheating wood rather than burning it. This reduces dependence on traditional energy sources, and stabilizes energy costs at predictable rate. Other energy-saving initiatives include: water conservation, lighting retrofits, use of photovoltaic solar panels, energy plant upgrades, steam leak repairs, and chiller plant optimization. The University of South Carolina has a strong recycling program in place. Their efforts include addition of numerous cardboard collection sites, office paper collection roll carts, and recycling bins for glass, aluminum, and plastic. Fluorescent light tubes are recycled to keep mercury out of landfills. More than 75% of construction and demolition debris is recycled. The ultimate goal is to eliminate waste; creating less waste means creating less material to be recycled. Water conservation and management are other focus areas. Improved landscaping has increased the efficiency of water usage and limited runoff from rain and storm water.
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