GIS for Environmental Management
 

Regulatory Compliance

Read how regulatory compliance is simplified with GIS
GIS helps farmers ensure that biosolid use complies with federal, state, and local regulations.

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How Is GIS Being Used?

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Government agencies use GIS to create and enforce environmental legislation. Services and businesses use GIS to comply with environmental regulations and mandates.

Using regulatory compliance mapping with GIS gives you
  • Accurate calculations
  • Flexibility to adapt to regulatory changes
  • Streamlined compliance processes
  • Composite and historical reports
  • Visualization of regulatory bodies

In addition, cooperation between agencies is simplified by the use of a central database that can be leveraged for cross purposes such as financial information, ownership, improvements, and plans.

GIS technology allows both operators and inspectors to manage, coordinate, and report discovered threats to the regulating agency.

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