- Compressed Air
- Process Water
- Potable Water
- Wastewater Treatment
- Stormwater Management
- Medical Services
- Emergency Response
- Waste Management Services
- Storeroom Services
- Cafeteria Services
Bushy Park Industrial Complex receives electricity from SCE&G through a single 115 KV transmission line. In the two substations feeding the line, SCE&G has automatic breaker reclosing systems that are used if a problem occurs on the line.
Steam is generated in three package boilers with a total installed capacity of 310 Mlbs/hr. Boiler #3, capable of firing natural gas or No. 2 fuel oil was installed in 1998, and is considered the primary boiler.
The instrument and plant air systems consist of various components and piping distribution to deliver air services to the different manufacturing and service areas at the site.
Bushy Park Industrial Complex Process Water System consists of a river pumping station, a treatment plant, an elevated water tower, and the distribution piping.
The Berkeley County Water & Sanitation Authority is the supplier of potable water to Bushy Park Industrial Complex.
Currently, the site nitrogen gas requirements are supplied by a cryogenic system owned, operated and maintained by Praxair.
The Bushy Park Industrial Complex refrigeration system supplies ammonia to various heat exchangers in the manufacturing areas.
The Tower Biology System is an above-ground aerobic, activated sludge treatment system consisting of equalization, neutralization, primary treatment, biological treatment, and sludge dewatering.
Bushy Park Industrial Complex has an elaborate storm water collection system located within two drainage areas.
Site access is controlled through manned gates or card access controlled, camera monitored employee gates.
Bushy Park Industrial Complex maintains a fully equipped infirmary and an ambulance on-site.
Bushy Park Industrial Complex has a site wide emergency phone extension (Extension 2222) to report emergencies, site wide emergency radio system with a dedicated emergency channel (CH 1), and site wide plant alarm and emergency public address (PA) system.