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Find a Business Near: South Carolina

Population for South Carolina: 51,18,425

Total Males: 2,468,682
Total Females: 2,622,835
Median Household Income: $54,864
Total Households: 1,961,481
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Number of Firms, Establishments, Employment, and Payroll by Employee Size for South Carolina (2020)
STATE ENTERPRISE SIZE FIRMS ESTABLISHMENTS EMPLOYMENT ANNUAL PAYROLL (1,000)
South Carolina 01: Total 85,633 1,11,926 19,49,406 $8,35,00,291
South Carolina 02: <5 employees 49,079 49,193 80,817 $33,72,517
South Carolina 03: 5-9 employees 14,272 14,455 93,974 $32,72,917
South Carolina 04:10-14 employees 5,818 6,014 67,966 $24,32,135
South Carolina 05: 15-19 employees 3,234 3,435 53,503 $19,02,445
South Carolina 06: <20 employees 72,403 73,097 2,96,260 $1,09,80,014
South Carolina 07: 20-24 employees 1,991 2,151 42,481 $14,73,875
South Carolina 08: 25-29 employees 1,326 1,507 34,740 $12,26,856
South Carolina 09: 30-34 employees 1,026 1,186 31,292 $11,78,721
South Carolina 10: 35-39 employees 734 922 25,481 $8,76,227
South Carolina 11: 40-49 employees 1,082 1,377 44,985 $16,20,906
South Carolina 12: 50-74 employees 1,399 1,921 74,452 $28,23,328
South Carolina 13: 75-99 employees 678 1,113 47,649 $19,04,107
South Carolina 14: 100-149 employees 772 1,460 65,903 $26,10,751
South Carolina 15: 150-199 employees 435 1,107 46,973 $19,40,807
South Carolina 16: 200-299 employees 483 1,449 63,099 $28,43,624
South Carolina 17: 300-399 employees 280 866 36,848 $15,83,242
South Carolina 18: 400-499 employees 211 642 27,452 $11,58,302
South Carolina 19: <500 employees 82,820 88,798 8,37,615 $3,22,20,760
South Carolina 20: 500-749 employees 381 1,245 56,924 $22,69,766
South Carolina 21: 750-999 employees 229 842 37,719 $14,75,786
South Carolina 22: 1,000-1,499 employees 332 1,393 54,210 $26,61,520
South Carolina 23: 1,500-1,999 employees 224 826 44,629 $22,40,780
South Carolina 24: 2,000-2,499 employees 154 781 30,981 $14,66,110
South Carolina 25: 2,500-4,999 employees 456 2,341 1,03,869 $49,32,306
South Carolina 26: 5,000+ employees 1,037 15,700 7,83,459 $3,62,33,263
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.