remedial-and-treatability-investigationsThe goal of addressing contamination is to achieve the maximum clean-up or containment possible, as soon as possible given available resources. An environmental database management system gives you the latest digital technology — right at hand 24/7 — to streamline and enhance your contamination investigation and remediation process.

Clearly see the nature and extent of each problem.

An environmental database management system makes it easier for everyone involved in your project to see and understand the big picture. You can electronically capture any amount of data, from any number of sources. Information is available in real time, from the field or any other location. You can quickly produce customized reports and visualizations in 2D, 3D, GIS or other formats to help visualize the site and areas of contamination.

Facilitate and improve collaboration.

An environmental database management system is entirely centralized, so streamline and enhance workflow at every step. Access and sharing information is easy, so everyone is always in the loop and no one ever has to wait on someone else to get the data they need. Team members can specifically-tailor reports.

More thoroughly evaluate options.

An environmental database management system guarantees greater accuracy, eliminating human error from data entry and conversion. It automatically identifies variances or other anomalies. You can pose complex queries and get immediate answers, to study and compare potential effectiveness of proposed contamination remediation options as well as cost-effectiveness of each one.

Complete work faster.

Shorter project turnaround ensures earliest clean-up implementation, critical when it comes to addressing contamination. An environmental database management system performs lightning-fast calculations to analyze performance and estimate costs of different resolution scenarios, eliminating time-wasting tasks like data entry and conversion.

Addressing contamination is successful only if solutions are as broad and effective as current science allows. With an environmental database management system you can save time and money every step of the way and still derive the best possible solutions.