Total Commodity Certificates payments in South Carolina totaled $15.6 million from 1995-2016.

Counties in South Carolina Receiving Total Commodity Certificates payments, 1995-2016

Rank County Total Commodity Certificates
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Calhoun County, South Carolina$4,176,95226.7%26.7%
2Orangeburg County, South Carolina$2,444,02715.6%42.4%
3Lee County, South Carolina$1,249,5188.0%50.4%
4Florence County, South Carolina$911,3395.8%56.2%
5Sumter County, South Carolina$885,7935.7%61.9%
6Dillon County, South Carolina$882,2485.6%67.5%
7Clarendon County, South Carolina$830,6105.3%72.8%
8Williamsburg County, South Carolina$828,1365.3%78.1%
9Bamberg County, South Carolina$754,5814.8%82.9%
10Marlboro County, South Carolina$750,5734.8%87.7%
11Darlington County, South Carolina$313,1582.0%89.7%
12Richland County, South Carolina$279,7241.8%91.5%
13Lexington County, South Carolina$241,3021.5%93.1%
14Marion County, South Carolina$202,5211.3%94.4%
15Dorchester County, South Carolina$165,1181.1%95.4%
16Chester County, South Carolina$139,2700.9%96.3%
17Aiken County, South Carolina$113,6890.7%97.0%
18Hampton County, South Carolina$100,8950.6%97.7%
19Barnwell County, South Carolina$96,3120.6%98.3%
20Newberry County, South Carolina$55,1540.4%98.7%
21Saluda County, South Carolina$50,6450.3%99.0%
22Allendale County, South Carolina$44,5620.3%99.3%
23Horry County, South Carolina$35,7080.2%99.5%
24Colleton County, South Carolina$35,6640.2%99.7%
25York County, South Carolina$25,3260.2%99.9%
26Chesterfield County, South Carolina$14,4840.1%100.0%
27Kershaw County, South Carolina$1,4230.0%100.0%
28Abbeville County, South Carolina$1,2910.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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