For most companies, legacy systems for reporting on environmental impact can be cumbersome, slow, and error-ridden. Moving to an electronic reporting system can mitigate these issues, but that transition is a significant and daunting task, and with requirements and reporting systems differing drastically on a state by state basis, it can be difficult to glean best practices and standards.
In our new white paper, we take a look at how one utility company migrated its reporting process for air emissions inventory (AEI) and toxic release inventory (TRI) to the Enviance System. The white paper will breakdown best practices learned along the way, including:
- Successful projects take time, so plan for refinement and changes along the way
- Configuring new sources and/or plants is complex
- The team should be trained from the outset on the Enviance system
- Consistency throughout the implementation will save you headaches later
We hope you’ll check out the white paper to take a closer look at how utilities and other organizations can seamlessly transition legacy reporting processes to the Enviance System, to more efficiently satisfy reporting requirements.