The Combined Air Emissions Reporting (CAER) project seeks to develop a process for reporting to four air databases including the National Emissions Inventory via delegated state programs.
The E-Enterprise Facility Team is seeking to bridge disparate sources of facility data and develop a more comprehensive approach to: 1) enable the regulated community to streamline data collection and reporting requirements and 2) provide a shared facility ID approach to cross-program coordination and access to public information.
This effort will supply the tools for states and project leads to develop metrics that can be used in evaluating potential impacts from E-Enterprise projects.
E-Manifest is the national electronic tracking system for transportation of Hazardous Waste.
The EELC chartered the ECHO Case Study Team to make ECHO an even better tool by collaboratively addressing data quality problems that show up on the ECHO website and establishing mechanisms for more cooperative stewardship of information displayed on this site.
This E-Enterprise report, led by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, is based on a survey of state use of online systems to facilitate and manage the environmental permitting process.
The toolkit explores how agencies can combine elements of Lean and IT solutions to streamline and automate processes, amplifying gains in efficiency. Topics covered include Lean Startup, Lean Process Improvement, and Agile Methodology.
The Pesticide Label Matching (PLM) simplifies the work of conducting and recording marketplace label inspections, and provides useful on-the-go information to the regulated community and the public. The app displays simple “cards” showing pesticide’s registration status, toxicity signal word, and other key product information when the user enters an EPA pesticide registration number. Users can also generate and send inspection report emails from within the app.