There’s more to the Port of Charleston than just cargo, ships, trucks, and trains. In fact, the Port has taken on one of the state’s largest environmental efforts to date – and was one of the first in the nation to consider “people” impacts. Among its efforts, the Port is restoring and adding 22 acres of tidal marshes, reducing port-related air emissions and funding two air monitoring stations, partnering with the Lowcountry Open Land Trust, Charleston Waterkeeper, Center for Birds of Prey and much more.
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For additional information, please contact Mark Messersmith, Permitting Manager at (843) 375-3102 or MMessersmith@scspa.com.