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Electronic noise data reporting mechanism

by European Environment Agency (EEA)  (Jul. 2, 2012)

This handbook has been developed to facilitate Member State reporting in a common format while ensuring that the reporting requirements of the END are met, among other voluntary information that could be facilitated. It addresses the reporting obligations set out in the END and provides reporting templates for MS to utilise, directly downloadable ...

Future inside – smart environmental sensing technology

by G. Lufft Mess- und Regeltechnik GmbH  (Jun. 24, 2015)

SHM30 snow depth sensor in Antarctica (photo: Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Helmholtz-Zentrum Bremerhaven) A lot of sensing technologies have changed recently: Ultrasonic wind measurement replaces cups and vane systems, closed anemometer designs offer better protection from ...

Evolution of Data Management at Antea Group

by EarthSoft, Inc  (Jul. 2, 2015)

Background Antea Group (Delta Environmental) thrived in the atmosphere of the 90’s UST boom Retail petroleum focused for many years Project teams were local/regional with little resource sharing An Enterprise Solution was needed Began with EQuIS on a remote desktop platform Enterprise was ...

Reg Talk -- UCMR Requirements for Electronic Reporting

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (Sep. 1, 2001)

The US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) has taken a technological step forward by embracing the potential offered by the Internet for implementing the reporting requirements of the Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule (UCMR). The electronic reporting system is called the Safe Drinking Water Accession and Review System. This system ...

Crunching Numbers With an Electronic Spreadsheet

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (Dec. 1, 1985)

Electronic spreadsheets are software designed for personal computers to assist with keeping track of numerical data, calculating numbers, and printing reports based on large amounts of data. This article is a discussion of electronic spreadsheets, how to use them, and some tips on purchasing a ...

Toxic and Hazardous Materials in Electronics

by Five Winds International L.P.  (Jan. 1, 2002)

Untitled Document Introduction In October 2000 Environment Canada released a report called Information Technology (IT) and Telecommunications (Telecom) ...

sustainable electronic procurement

by Institute for Sustainable Commodities (ISCOM)  (Mar. 12, 2008)

In close cooperation with the Institute for Sustainable Commodities (ISCOM) research has been doneon sustainable electronic procurement in the so-called City Triangle in eastern part of the Netherlands(WGR Regio Stedendriehoek). The City Triangle consists of the municipalities Apeldoorn, Brummen,Deventer, Epe, Lochem, Voorst and Zutphen. The ...

Analyses of the eFORS (Electronic Foodborne Outbreak Reporting System) Surveillance Data (2000–2004) in School Settings

by National Environmental Health Association (NEHA)  (Mar. 1, 2010)

Frequently cited statistics indicate that the burden of foodborne disease is a serious public health problem, particularly for vulnerable populations such as children. The purpose of the descriptive retrospective study discussed in this article was to analyze data collected within the Electronic Foodborne Outbreak Reporting System (eFORS) in ...

Report: Recycling of flame-retarded plastics from waste electric and electronic equipment (WEEE)

by SAGE Publications  (Jan. 1, 2006)

Shredder residues produced in plants processing waste electric and electronic equipment are excluded from material recycling due to a variety of polymeric materials and the presence of brominated flame retardants (BFR), which might contain banned polybrominated diphenyl ethers or toxic polybrominated dioxins and furans (PBDD/F). Herein we present ...

Using the Electronic Foodborne Outbreak Reporting System (eFORS) to Improve Foodborne Outbreak Surveillance, Investigations, and Program Evaluation

by National Environmental Health Association (NEHA)  (Sep. 1, 2010)

Challenges exist in comparing foodborne disease outbreaks (FBDOs) across states due to important differences in reporting practices and investigations. Variables such as FBDO size, population size, number of tourists, and suspected etiology are important to consider when interpreting FBDO data. Analysis of eFORS data can be valuable in improving ...

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