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Prolonged exposure to asbestos can lead to serious health problems including pleural mesothelioma and asbestos-related lung cancer. If you have lived and worked in South Carolina for a significant amount of time, there is a chance that you were exposed to asbestos at home or in the workplace.

For your convenience, we have compiled information about asbestos and mesothelioma in the state of South Carolina. Below you will find recent statistics about mesothelioma and asbestos exposure in the state. We have also included descriptions of industries and lists of cities, towns and specific job sites in South Carolina where asbestos exposure has occurred. Local South Carolina mesothelioma doctors and treatment centers are also listed. Finally, we include recent news articles about asbestos and mesothelioma in South Carolina.

Asbestos and Mesothelioma Statistics in South Carolina

  • From 1999-2015, 533 South Carolina residents died from mesothelioma
  • The mesothelioma death rate of 7.1 per million people in South Carolina is a little below the national average (Source: CDC)
  • South Carolina has 8 known asbestos deposits in the state’s mountainous areas (Source: USGS)
  • Higher mesothelioma incidence occurs in the coastal counties of South Carolina, likely due to the state’s shipbuilding industry (Source: Journal of the American Medical Association)

Asbestos Use Across South Carolina Industries

The major industrial sources of asbestos exposure in South Carolina include shipbuilding and power generation – both of which cause some of the highest rates of asbestos-related disease.

Shipbuilding:

Beginning in the mid-1930s, asbestos insulation was used extensively in the construction of oceangoing vessels. South Carolina was home to a number of shipyards and drydocks that used asbestos extensively, exposing workers and visitors to the carcinogenic substance. Some of the shipyards known to have asbestos exposure problems include Braswell Services Group, Carolina Shipping Company, Charleston Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, and Detyen’s Shipyards.

Energy Industry:

Power plants frequently used asbestos in a variety of parts, such as gaskets, valve seals, pumps, pipe fittings, and machinery insulation. South Carolina has quite a few power plants where employees were exposed to asbestos as part of their ongoing work, including sites like the Duke Power Company’s Oconee Nuclear Plant in Seneca, South Carolina Electric & Gas Company in Columbia, and the Charleston Consolidated Railway, Gas & Electric Company.

Military:

South Carolina has been home to a number military bases over the years, where veterans of all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces were exposed to asbestos used in many different applications, from insulation in naval ships to brake pads in land vehicles. Some of the bases known to have caused problems for both military personnel and civilians who lived or worked there include Parris Island Marine Base, Charleston Air Force Base, and the Naval Weapons Station at Goose Creek.

Paper:

South Carolina is home to a number of paper mills and plants where asbestos was used heavily in the development of paper products. Some of these companies include the International Paper Company in Greenville, Southern Kraft Paper Company in Georgetown, Reigel Paper in College Spur, Bowater Paper in Rock Hill, and Carotell Paper Board Corporation in Taylors.

South Carolina Asbestos Shipyards

South Carolina’s Atlantic coastline offers a distinct advantage over many other states with respect to locations for shipyards.

Braswell Services Group

Located in Charleston, SC, the Braswell Shipyard provided many marine services related to building and repairing ships of all sizes throughout most of the 20th century, for both commercial and naval use. During this period, the company employed thousands of workers to construct the vessels, and given the large quantities of asbestos used in ships up until about the late 1970s, many of those workers were put at significant risk of developing mesothelioma, a deadly cancer caused by inhalation of asbestos fibers.

Carolina Shipping Company

More involved in commercial shipping than shipbuilding services, the Carolina Shipping Company provided both docking and transport services while also maintaining its own small fleet of cargo ships. Although the exposure to asbestos might have been less than that of shipbuilders who worked with the material directly, dock workers like those at the Carolina Shipping Company would likely have encountered airborne asbestos in any damaged ships where insulation or other materials could have exposed to the open air.

Charleston Naval Shipyard

Located about five miles north of Charleston, SC, the Charleston Naval Shipyard provided support and repair facilities for a wide variety of ships, from submarines to destroyers. During World War I, the shipyard employed thousands of people to help construct ships for the worldwide conflict, and by the time World War II came around, the shipyard was expanded again, with a peak of nearly 26,000 shipbuilders, stevedores, administrative personnel, and other workers all involved in the operation. All of these individuals were put at a high risk of developing mesothelioma due to the nearly daily contact with asbestos used in ships of the time period.

Detyen’s Shipyards

Founded in 1962 by William Detyen, Detyen’s Shipyards, Inc. is situated on the Wando River in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Associated with the Charleston Navy Yard, Detyen’s helped to build and mend hundreds of ships throughout the two World Wars as well as later conflicts in Korea and Vietnam. During that period, the shipyard exposed many shipbuilders and other workers to the tons of asbestos that were added to boats to prevent and contain fires while on the ocean. Detyen’s is still in operation today, with several hundred employees consistently working on boats from navies around the world.


South Carolina Cities with Asbestos Problems

Asbestos exposure on the job is known to have occurred in the following South Carolina cities. Prolonged asbestos exposure can cause the terminal cancer mesothelioma as well as other asbestos-related diseases. Click on any city below to view a complete list of commercial, military and residential job sites where asbestos exposure occurred in that city.

Asbestos Risks at Other South Carolina Work Sites

Asbestos exposure is also a problem if you look beyond the major cities and towns in South Carolina. Select a town to see the list of its job sites where asbestos exposure occurred. Asbestos exposure at any one of the work sites revealed could put a worker at risk to develop mesothelioma cancer.

Asbestos Risks at , SC Work Sites

  • 3M Plant
  • A Lynn Thomas Company Inc
  • A.P. Green Refractory Company
  • Ac & S Inc.
  • Aerocox Corp
  • Aetna Cotton Mills
  • Aircraft Fire & Crash Building
  • Airport Regional Office Park
  • Aldersgate Methodist Church
  • Alexandra Dyeing and Finishing, Inc.
  • Alice Manufacturing Company
  • Allied Chemical Company
  • Allied Chemical Corporation
  • America & Brigade
  • American Agri Chemical Company
  • American Enka
  • American Enka Corporation
  • American Lava Corp
  • American Lumber and Treating Company
  • American Spinning Plant
  • American Tobacco Company
  • Andrew Bearing Plant
  • Ap Green Refractories Company
  • Apc
  • Appleton Company
  • Applied Engineering Company Inc
  • Aragon Baldwin Cotton Mills
  • Aragon Baldwin Mills
  • Arkwright Mills
  • Armstrong Contracting & Supply
  • Armstrong Cork Company
  • Avco Lycoming
  • Bahan Textile
  • Baldwin Cotton Mills
  • Basf Corp
  • Basic Science Building
  • Bauwaters Papermill
  • Bearing Distributors
  • Beaufort Plaza Shopping Center
  • Beaumont ManufacturingCompany
  • Bellemonte Cotton Manufacturing Company
  • Berea Industrial Park
  • Berea Industrial Park
  • Berkley Square Shopping Center
  • Bigelow-Sanford, Inc
  • Bird and Son Inc.
  • Bldrs Marts of America
  • Bldrs Marts of America
  • Bldrs Marts of America
  • Bloomsburg Mills
  • Blue Bird Ice Cream Company
  • BMA Inc.
  • Board of Education
  • Bob Cook Powerhouse
  • Bob Jones University
  • Boilermakers Union- Local 687
  • Bomb Plant
  • Bonitz Insul Company
  • Bonitz Insulation Company
  • Bowater Paper
  • Bowaters Carolina Corporation
  • Brandon Mills
  • Braswell Services Group
  • Bristol Metal Products In
  • Broad River Brick Company
  • Brown Rodgers & Dixson
  • Brown Rodgers & Dixson Company
  • Buffalo Cotton Mills
  • Building 35
  • Building Mats Company
  • Buzzards Roost
  • C L Cannon & Son
  • Calhoun Mills
  • Camden Forest Products Inc
  • Camden High School
  • Campbell Soup Company
  • Carolina Coliseum
  • Carolina Drywall Insul.
  • Carolina Drywall Insul.
  • Carolina Drywall Insul.
  • Carolina Eastman
  • Carolina Fiber Company
  • Carolina Mechanical Contractors
  • Carolina Power & Light
  • Carolina Power & Light
  • Carolina Power & Light
  • Carolina Shipping Company
  • Carotell Paper Board Corporation
  • Catawba News Plant
  • Catawba Nuclear Plant
  • Catlin Parish
  • Catlin Parish
  • Celanese Corp of America
  • Celanese Plant
  • Celanese Plastics
  • Celotex
  • Celriver Fibers Company
  • Central Electric Power Coop.
  • Central Mills Company
  • Central Power Plant Marine Barracks
  • Central Roofing & Supply Company
  • Certified Welders
  • Champion – Spring City Knitting
  • Champion Building Products
  • Chapin Company
  • Charleston Air Force Base
  • Charleston Consolidated Railway Gas and Electric Company
  • Charleston Drydock
  • Charleston Hydraulic Cotton Press Company
  • Charleston Memorial Hospital
  • Charleston Naval Shipyard
  • Charleston Refinery
  • Charleston Shipbuilding & Drydock Company
  • Charleston St. Railway Company
  • Charleston Supply Company
  • Chemstrand Corporation
  • Chester Arthur Office Building
  • Chevron
  • Circle Grade School
  • Citadel Military College
  • Citizens Builder Mart Inc.
  • City of Charleston S.C. Water Department
  • Civil Insulation Company
  • CK Supply
  • CK Supply
  • Clark Heating Company
  • Clearwater Finishing Plant
  • Clearwater Manufacturing Company
  • Clemson Agricultural College of Sc
  • Clemson College
  • Clemson University
  • Clinic For Doctors Price & Hart
  • Columbia Brick Company
  • Columbia College
  • Columbia Hospital
  • Columbia Lbr & Manufacturing. Company
  • Columbia Pipe Company
  • Columbia Plastering Company
  • Columbia Plastering Company
  • Columbia Railroad Gas & Electric
  • Columbia St. Railway Light and Power Company
  • Columbia Supply Company
  • Columbus Electric St Railway Light and Power Company
  • Commissioners of Public Works
  • Cone Mills Corporation
  • Congregation Beth Israel
  • Continental Can Company
  • Cotwill Manufacturing Corporation
  • Covil Insulating Company
  • Covil Insulation Company
  • Covil Insulation Company
  • Covil Insulation Company
  • Covil Sales, Inc.
  • Covil Sales, Inc.
  • Cox Manufacturing Company
  • D.A. Sprinkle
  • Daniel Construction
  • Daniel Construction
  • Daniel Construction
  • Daniel Construction Company
  • Daniel Construction Company
  • Daniel Construction Company
  • Daniel Construction Company
  • Daniel Construction Company
  • Daniel Construction Company
  • Daniel Construction Company
  • Daniel Construction Company Inc
  • Darlington Manufacturing Company
  • Darlington Mills
  • Darlington Veneer Company, Inc.
  • De Kalb Cotton Mills
  • Deering Milliken Mills
  • Deering Milliken Mills
  • Deering Milliken Mills
  • Delta Finishing Company
  • Delta Finishing Plant
  • Delta Mills, Inc.
  • Derrick Insul. Company
  • Detyen’s Shipyards, Inc.
  • Detynens Shipyards
  • Dolphus M. Grainger Power Station
  • Donaldson Air Force Base
  • Dow Badische
  • Dow Chemical Company
  • Drayton Cotton Mill
  • Dreher High School
  • Duke Energy Corp
  • Duke Power
  • Duke Power Company
  • Duke Power Company
  • Duke Siding
  • Duke Siding
  • Dupont
  • Dupont Chemical
  • Dupont Denemours
  • Dupont May Plant
  • Dupont Savannah River Project
  • E Medical University Campus
  • E. I. Dupont De Nemours & Company
  • E. I. Dupont De Nemours & Company
  • E.I. Du Pont De Nemours
  • E.I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company
  • Easley Cotton Mills
  • East Henry Street
  • Eastman Chemical Company
  • Eastman Kodak Company
  • Eighty Four Lbr.
  • Em Service Club
  • Embers Charcoal
  • Enterprise Lumber Company
  • Equinox Mill
  • Erskine College
  • Esso Standard Oil Company
  • Ethyl Corporation
  • Excelsior Ill No 4
  • Excelsior Mills
  • Excelsior Mills
  • Exide Battery Company
  • Exxon
  • F W Poe Manufacturing Company
  • Fabric Services
  • Fabric Services Inc
  • Fairwood School
  • Federal Land Bank
  • Fiberglas Plant
  • Fibers Div
  • Fibers International
  • Fibre Industries, Inc.
  • First Federal Savings & Loan Association Building
  • First Presbyterian Church
  • Florence Hospital
  • Fluor Daniel Corporation
  • Fort Jackson
  • Fort Jackson Complex
  • Fort Park
  • Gaffney High School
  • Gaffney Manufacturing Company
  • Gaffney School
  • Garrett Engineering Company
  • General Electric
  • General Electric
  • General Electric Company
  • General Electric Power Company
  • Georgetown Mill
  • Georgia Power Company
  • Gerrish Milliken Mills
  • Glen Lowry Manufacturing Company
  • Glenwood Cotton Mills
  • Glenwood Mills
  • Gluck Mills
  • Grace Bleachery
  • Graniteville Manufacturing Company
  • Graniteville Mill
  • Great Falls High School
  • Greenville City Hospital
  • Greenville General Hospital
  • Greenville Industrial Insulation
  • Greenwood Mills
  • Greenwood Mills, Inc.
  • Greenwood Office Building
  • Grendel Mills
  • Guard Tower
  • Guignard Brick Works
  • H B Robinson
  • H L Roper & Company
  • Hamilton Veneer Company
  • Harper Building
  • Hartsville Cotton Mills
  • Heat Celanese
  • Hercules, Inc.
  • Hoechat Fibers
  • Hoechst Celanese
  • Hoechst Fibers Incorporated
  • Huguenot Mills
  • Hystron Fibers
  • Imperial Manufacturing Company
  • Ind Fire Brick Const Company
  • Industrial Burners Inc
  • Industrial Burners, Inc.
  • Industrial Cotton Mills Company Inc.
  • Industrial Fire Bricks
  • Industrial Firebrick Company
  • International Paper
  • International Paper Company
  • International Paper Company
  • Isaqueena Mills
  • J P Stevens and Company Inc
  • J P Stevens and Company Inc
  • J. R. Deans Company, Inc.
  • J.P. Stevens and Company
  • J.P. Stevens and Company Inc.
  • J.P. Stevens and Company Inc.
  • J.P. Stevens and Company Inc.
  • J.P. Stevens and Company, Inc.
  • J.P.S. Daniel Building
  • Jess Underground Utility
  • Jim Rast D/W Company
  • Jim Rast D/W Company
  • Jp Stevens
  • Judson Mills
  • Kavser Mill
  • Keenan High School Addition
  • Keowee Hydro Plant
  • Kimberly-Clark Corporation
  • Kohler Company
  • Korn Industries
  • L.L. Barr
  • Lancaster Cotton Mills
  • Lancaster Cotton Mills
  • Lancaster Water District
  • Lander College
  • Lane and Mcdonald
  • Laundry Building
  • Leaphart Elementary School
  • Lineberger & Paul General Contractors
  • Lower Florence Ho
  • Lyman Printing and Finishing Company
  • Macreeves Company
  • Magnolia Finishing Plant Deering Milliken Mills
  • Manchester Cotton Mills
  • Manning Correctional Center
  • Marine and River Phosphate Mining and Manufacturing Company
  • Marine Corps Air Station
  • Marine Corps Auxilary Landing Field
  • Marine Corps Recruit Depot
  • Marion Manufacturing Company
  • Marshall Plant
  • Mathews Cotton Mills
  • Mauldin Lumber Company
  • Maxwell-Campbell Inc.
  • Maxwell-Campbell Inc.
  • May Plant
  • Mayfair Mills
  • Mays Constr.
  • Mc Donald, Wilkins and Company
  • Mcclendon Center
  • Mccormick Mills Corporation
  • Mccormick Spring Mill
  • Mccrory Sumwalt Construction Company
  • Mcmeekin Station
  • Michelin Tire Corp
  • Michelin Tire Corp
  • Michelin Tire Corporation
  • Miller Lbr Company
  • Milliken & Company
  • Milliken Mills
  • Monaghan Mills
  • Monaghan Plant
  • Monarch Cotton Mills
  • Monsanto Chemical Company
  • Monsanto Corp
  • Monsanto Mills
  • Monsanto Plant
  • Montgomery Ward Company
  • Montreal Fast Print, Ltd.
  • Mustang Sales & Service
  • National Aniline Division
  • National Distillers & Chemical
  • National Linen Service Corporation
  • New Citadel Military College
  • New South Forest Industries
  • Niles Manufacturing Company
  • Niles Manufacturing Company
  • North Brothers
  • North Brothers, Inc.
  • North Brothers, Inc.
  • North Brothers, Inc.
  • North Brothers, Inc.
  • Nrz
  • Nucor Corporation
  • Nucor Steel
  • Nylon 66 Facility
  • Nylon Industries, Inc.
  • Oconee Nuclear Station
  • Olympia Cotton Mills
  • Orangeburg Ice and Fuel Company
  • Ordinance Dept.
  • Orr Mills
  • Owens Corning Fiberglas Corp
  • Owens Corning Fiberglass
  • Pacific Mills
  • Pacolet Finishing Plant Subsidiary of Deering Milliken Corp
  • Pacolet Manufacturing Company
  • Pacolet Yarns
  • Palmer Manufacturing Company
  • Palmetto Compress Company
  • Panola Cotton Mills
  • Paris Island Marine Base
  • Parke Davis and Company
  • Parris Island
  • Peoples Ice and Fuel Company
  • Peoples Natural Gas
  • Perfection American Company
  • Perfection Gear Company
  • Pet Milk Plant
  • Phelps Hall Winthrop College
  • Piedmont Print Works
  • Pine Creek Manufacturing Company
  • Plywood Plastics Corporation
  • Plywood Products Corp
  • Poe Hardware and Supply Company
  • Poinsett Com Heat Treat
  • Port Park
  • Port Park
  • Port Royal Cotton Compressing Company
  • Quantum Chemical
  • Raybestos-Manhattan Plant
  • Reading Power
  • Receiving Section
  • Reigel Paper
  • Ricetex Brick
  • Richland Shale Product Company
  • Riley Stoker Corporation
  • Riley Stoker Corporation
  • Roberts Foundry Company
  • Rock Hill Lumber Company
  • Rock Hill Printing & Finishing Company
  • Rocky River Mills
  • Roper Hospital
  • S C M Corporation
  • S C State Hospital
  • S C Y Corporation
  • S.C. District 55 H.S.
  • S.C. Electric & Gas
  • S.C. State College
  • Saco Lowell Shops
  • Sanitary Plumbing & Heating
  • Savannah River Plant
  • Saxon Mills
  • Seaboard Airlines, Rr
  • Seaboard Park
  • Sears Roebuck & Company
  • Self Memorial Hospital
  • Seminole Mills
  • Senate Plaza
  • Seneca Cotton Mills
  • Senior High School
  • Shaw Air Force Base
  • Sheetmetal Workers Union – Local 399
  • Sherwin Williams Company
  • Sherwin Williams Company
  • Shields Inc.
  • Silas Mcmeekin Station
  • Singer Manufacturing Company
  • Sirocco
  • Skyland Power Plant
  • Sligh Plumbing & Heating Company
  • Sln&L Railroad
  • Smurfit-Stone Container Enterprises, Inc.
  • Sonoco Engineering Building
  • Sonoco Products Company
  • South Carolina Electric & Gas
  • South Carolina Electric & Gas Company
  • South Carolina Electric & Gas Company
  • South Carolina Electric & Gas Company
  • South Carolina Electric & Gas Company
  • South Carolina Industries
  • South Carolina Manufacturing Company
  • South Carolina State Hospital For The Insane
  • Southern Bell
  • Southern Bell Tel.
  • Southern Bleachery & Print Works
  • Southern Kraft Corp
  • Southern Kraft Paper Company
  • Southern Novelty Company
  • Southern Railway
  • Southern Railway Frt Team Track
  • Southern States Supply
  • Southland Exchange
  • Spartan Mills
  • Spartanburg Arts Center
  • Spartanburg High School
  • Spartanburg Railway Gas Power and Electric Lt
  • Spring Industries
  • Spring Industries
  • Spring Mills
  • Springs Bleachery
  • Springs Cotton Mills
  • Springs Cotton Mills
  • Sprinstein Mills
  • Stafford Insulation Company
  • Stafford Insulation Company
  • Standard Oil
  • State A & M College
  • Stokes Hall Francis Marion University
  • Stone Container Corporation
  • Sullivan Hardware Company, Inc.
  • Sumter Cotton Mills
  • Sumter Ice and Fuel Company
  • Sumter Ice and Light and Power Company
  • Sumter Lighting Company
  • Sunoco Oil Refinery
  • Sunoco Products Company
  • Supreme Court Building
  • T.E. Wannamaker, Inc.
  • Taxon Mills
  • The Florence Steam Laundry Company
  • Thomas, A. Lynn Company, Inc
  • Tidewater Supply Company
  • Timmons Plumbing & Heating
  • Todd Shipyard
  • Token
  • Toledo Engineering Company
  • Trustees Quarters Manning Corr
  • U. S. Naval Supply Depot
  • U. S. Rubber Company
  • U. S. Rubber Company
  • Union Bleachery
  • Union Bleaching Mill
  • Union Carbide
  • Union Dry Cleaning Company and Steam Laundry
  • Union Mills
  • United Dye Works
  • United Merchants Manufacturers
  • United Merchants Manufacturers
  • United Merchants Mill
  • United Office Incorporated
  • United States Constructing Quartermaster
  • United States Electric Illuminating Company
  • United States Finishing
  • United States Marine Barracks
  • United States Marine Barracks
  • United States Marine Depot
  • United States Naval Air Station
  • United States Navy Shipyard
  • University of South Carolina
  • University of South Carolina
  • Urquhart Powerhouse
  • Us Army
  • Us Plywood Corp
  • Utica and Mohawk Mills
  • Utica Mohawk Plant
  • Veterans Admin. Hospital
  • Veterans Administration Hospital
  • Victor Monaghan Company
  • Victor Monaghan Company
  • Victor Plant
  • Vitor Monoghan Mills
  • Vocational Education Center
  • W A Blackstone Company
  • W A Lamans Fpm
  • W R Grace & Company
  • W Va Pulp & Paper
  • Waccaman Clay Products Company
  • Walker Plumbing and Heating Company
  • Wanamaker Chemical Company
  • Wateree Steam Plant
  • Watts Mills
  • Webb Center S.C.
  • Wellman, Inc.
  • West Point Stevens
  • West Virginia Paper Mill
  • West Virginia Pulp & Paper Company
  • Westinghouse Plant
  • Westinghouse Turbines
  • Westpoint Stevens
  • Westvaco Corporation
  • Weyerhauser Company
  • White House Mill
  • Whitmire Plant
  • Whitney Manufacturing Company
  • Whitten Village
  • Wickes Corporation
  • Wickes Corporation
  • Wickes Corporation
  • Wickes Corporation
  • William Bird & Company Incorporated
  • Winthrop College
  • Winthrop University
  • Winyah Electric Generating Plant
  • Wofford College
  • Wood Brothers Thresher Company
  • Wood Preserving Company
  • Woolen Unit
  • Wylie Mills
  • Yeamans Hall Road
  • York Company Tech Center

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