Holton, Graham
April 2011
Pollution Engineering;Apr2011, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p35
Trade Publication
The article discusses the investment of companies in environmental data management software and systems due to government requirements and legislations. It states that data collection activities are legally required, urging the companies to responsibly manage the effects of their operations in the environment. It highlights the benefits of employing specialized software tools in data management, including enhanced stakeholder confidence, improved environmental performance, and risk reduction.


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