Environmental reporting and compliance is a necessary, but daunting task. To keep up with stringent requirements for monitoring gases and chemicals, many major emitters are quickly ditching inefficient internal reporting systems and embracing dynamic cloud-based systems.
One such organization is Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA). Being situated in one of the smoggiest yet heavily-regulated regions of the country, streamlining their compliance tracking and reporting was a top priority.
In our new white paper, released today, you’ll learn how LAWA was able to migrate its tracking, monitoring and reporting for air quality regulations to the Enviance System. Using Enviance, LAWA can now successfully track daily use of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) by the three airports and one facility it oversees —including Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), the departure point for more trips than any other airport in the world.
In the whitepaper, you’ll learn how, with the Enviance System, LAWA was able to achieve:
• Accountability by tracking user entries
• Consistency and reduction of data entry errors by using templates
• Intelligence by applying roll-up calculations
• Visibility by generating reports
out the white paper
to take a closer look at LAWA’s case study detailing how institutions are using
the Enviance System to satisfy Air Emissions Inventory Reporting Requirements.