The world gets smaller and better connected every year. As populations grow, industries and communities increasingly collide. This means regulations are only getting tighter, risks higher, and scrutiny more public. Now, thanks to social media, reputations built over years are destroyed overnight. It means getting to the source of environmental issues fast is no longer a ‘nice to have’ — it’s a must. Not knowing is no longer good enough. Envirosuite provides the most comprehensive and intuitive real-time monitoring, investigative and predictive environmental management software in the world. Built on insights from 30 years experience in environmental consulting, Envirosuite seamlessly converts data into action, enabling real action in real-time. For more information on Envirosuite’s capabilities in odour management for wastewater treatment facilities, please visit our website.
The installation of Envirosuite has a wide range of benefits to both mining operators and local communities around the site.
These advantages include:
- Minimal expensive incidents
- Improved operational efficiency and minimise downtime
- Assured safety of personnel and local communities
- Reduce overhead costs of hiring environmental specialists
- Maintain relationships with nearby communities to enhance local reputation
- Schedule operations in advance based on local weather conditions
- Prepare for times of high risk
- Maintain compliance and satisfy regulators
Envirosuite can be connected to any existing environmental monitoring or sensor network, or we can advise and implement new sensor system hardware to capture required data.
Clients can access data from any location with an internet connection. Algorithms are applied to the raw data to generate useful, easily accessible insights for time teams.
Running on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Envirosuite uses stringent security protocols to protect and store data.
Envirosuite interprets real-time data for a range of parameters, including dust (PM2.5 and PM10), electrical conductivity, total suspended solids, pH, flow and turbidity.
The platform can also measure a selection of chemicals such as sulphur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2/ NOx), hydrogen sulphide (H2S) and ammonia (NH3).
Multiple air quality parameters, weather, noise and water properties are all available in Envirosuite, including additional information needed to ensure the device is operating properly.
Once data has been uploaded into the platform, it is securely stored and available for retrieval and interrogation by easy-to-use functions and tailored reports. Data can also be accessed in a comma-separated value (CSV) format for use in other apps.
As a SaaS product, Envirosuite comes with a support service to ensure that any issues are quickly and efficiently addressed.
Envirosuite can also be delivered as a comprehensive service, whereby its partners can deliver any monitoring hardware, data communications or associated consulting as part of a vertical solution package.
Designed for rapid deployment, Envirosuite is subscription-based software-as-a-service (SaaS). Pricing is simply on a periodic licence fee, although depending on the setup requirements (for example, monitoring system installation, non-standard reporting configurations) there may be initial implementation costs.
Committed to simplifying complex environmental data and processes, giving you immediate clarity and insights that make for a powerful change in performance. Our technology is a powerful cloud-based platform that brings speed, efficiency and cost savings to environmental compliance, investigations and operational planning.
The subscription covers system access and updates, as well as data storage and support services. The advantage of a subscription service is that no capital expenditure (CAPEX) outlay is required, and the cost typically fits within a client's operation expenditure (OPEX) budget.
Envirosuite is currently implemented at many different sites worldwide and our growing client base comprises some of the industry's reputable mining organisations on sites managed by Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton, Anglo-American and Vale, among many others.