Benefits of an Automated Electronic Field Data Collection Workflow

  Increasing data volumes are making the efficient collection of field data an integral part of any environmental project. Regulated industrials, consultants, and government agencies are currently digitizing their workflows to reap the benefits of the digital...

Benzene fenceline monitoring and EQuIS

The Environmental Protection Agency issued its final Risk and Technology Review and New Performance Standards for refineries on Sept. 29, 2015. In this rule, Methods 325A and 325B provide details on how refineries are to deploy passive samples for the fenceline of...

EQuIS supports Coal Combustion Residuals requirements

On December 19, 2014, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy signed the “Disposal of Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) from Electric Utilities” final rule, which established comprehensive requirements for the disposal of coal combustion residuals, also referred to...

State of Montana rolls out EQuIS Water Quality Exchange

The Montana Department of Environmental Quality has rolled out its Montana EQuIS Water Quality Exchange — or MT-eWQX — a central repository for water quality monitoring data. Montana’s Web page for MT-eWQX provides guidance for submitting water...
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