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Title: EMIS ISO 14001 industrial environmental management information system


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EMIS ISO 14001 industrial environmental
management information system
DDr. Kurt Fedra Environmental Software
Services GmbH A-2352 Gumpoldskirchen
AUSTRIA info_at_ess.co.at http//www.ess.co.at/AIRW
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Environmental management
  • EMIS An advanced Environmental Management System
    for industrial estates, free economic zones and
    individual enterprises (ISO 14001 compliant).
  • Automatic, fully integrated, ICT solution for
  • environmental planning, assessment,
  • compliance monitoring
  • impact assessment as well as
  • emergency management
  • for groups of co-located enterprises in
    industrial parks or zones.

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ESS GmbH, Vienna, Austria
  • Environmental Software Services GmbH
  • Founded 1995 from the Advanced Computer
    Applications (ACA) group of IIASA, Laxenburg
  • Staff of 8-15
  • Turnover lt 1 M
  • Highly specialised, world wide projects

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ESS GmbH Mission
  • Applied Systems Analysis to integrate
  • Environmental sciences
  • Socio/techno economics
  • Information technology, AI
  • Environmental Management Information Systems
  • Monitoring, Planning, Management
  • for a better world Sustainable development,
    efficient resource management, environmental
    quality, public and environmental health,
    regulatory compliance, having fun.

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Application domains
  • Urban and industrial air quality
  • Water resources management
  • Technological risk management
  • Regional and urban development
  • Land use change dynamics
  • Impact assessment (EIA/SIA),
  • Strategic planning climate change, energy
    systems
  • Operational control, resource management
    optimization
  • EIS, public information systems
  • Technical training (eLearning)
  • eConsulting, eGovernment

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User interface examples
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Management orientation
  • Web Based implementation distributed remote
    access, advanced ICT
  • Customized function and user interface
  • Shared information basis (consistency)
  • Cooperation between companies (cumulative
    impacts)
  • Address regulatory requirements
  • Direct integration of economic criteria (economic
    efficiency, net benefit)
  • Public information option

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Environmental management
  • EMIS An advanced Environmental Management System
    for industrial estates, free economic zones and
    individual enterprises (ISO 14001 compliant).
  • Automatic, fully integrated, ICT solution for
  • environmental planning, assessment,
  • compliance monitoring
  • impact assessment as well as
  • emergency management
  • for groups of co-located enterprises in
    industrial parks or zones.

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EMIS Business model
  • eConsulting solution
  • Flexible, effective and cost efficient through
    outsourcing (hardware, operations, support)
  • Web-based, easily accessible, shared yet
    centralized client-server tools,
  • state of the art ICT hardware (high performance
    cluster computing)
  • subscription basis without the need for
    investment, and fully supported scientific
    software solutions.

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EMIS main functions
  • Administrative data bases of
  • enterprises, plants, production units
  • emission sources (air, water, solids, noise)
  • MSDS and hazardous substances data base
  • storage, containers, warehouses
  • Industrial waste streams, technologies
  • Monitoring data analysis (RT sensors)
  • Embedded GIS for the industrial estates and
    surrounding environment and population, etc.

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EMIS main functions
  • Real-time model supported monitoring
  • now-casting) and reporting (continuous,user
    defined periods up to multi-annual)
  • continuous regular forecasting (up to 120 hours)
  • environmental impacts from
  • normal operations (atmospheric and aquatic/marine
    releases, waste streams and hazardous waste,
    noise) compliance reporting,
  • alerts and alarms based on monitoring networks,
    cascading advanced 3D dynamic simulation models
    and real-time expert systems technology
  • Industrial accidents (emergency management).

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EMIS main functions
  • ISO 14001 EMS compliant pre-audit checklists and
    evaluation support
  • Emission control optimization tools including GHG
    and CO2e.
  • risk assessment and emergency management in the
    case of accidental release of hazardous
    materials, fires, BLEVE/explosion
  • model based scenario analysis and environmental
    impact assessment (for atmospheric, aquatic, soil
    and groundwater, coastal marine systems, noise,
    solid waste), population exposure, health impact
    analysis (workforce and surrounding environment
    and population)

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EMIS implementation
  • web-based, distributed
  • client-server system,
  • shared by both a
  • central EHS operator
  • at the
  • industrial zone
  • or estate level
  • and any number of individual
  • enterprises or production plants.

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Hierarchical structure
  • INDUSTRIAL ESTATE or park, free zone
  • (top level parent object), which contains any
    number of individual
  • PLANTS or enterprises which contain
  • Production units, reactors, machinery,
    containers, warehouse, waste streams containing
  • Hazardous substances
  • Main user HSE at the free zone level
  • Optional major companies (emitters)
  • Included all companies that major amounts of
    resources, generate non household waste,
    use/store hazardous substances

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Access control
  • Multi layered access (different levels of R/W
    privileges, different user interface and
    functionality for different users) by
  • User name (group) password (128 bit)
  • Router/firewall
  • Domain, IP, VPN (restricted local INTRANET)
  • User management/tracking
  • Transaction logs (DB access, changes)
  • Reports and statistics

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Real-time operation
  • Real-time control functions (SCADA)
  • rule-based expert system
  • Automatic tasks
  • scheduled, events
  • Maintains data
  • integrity and quality
  • Workflow control
  • always up-to-date
  • Error messages
  • alerts and alarms
  • by eMail, fax, or SMS to selected operators

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EMIS functional components
  • Industrial plants and enterprise data base
  • Containers and storage units
  • Emission inventories
  • Hazardous chemical, MSDS
  • Environmental technologies
  • Industrial processes and waste streams
  • ISO 14001 and EIA
  • Real-time monitoring
  • Simulation models
  • Air quality
  • Risk assessment, accidents
  • Coastal water quality
  • Embedded GIS

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Embedded GIS
  • Web-based MapServer
  • MapSet domain definitions
  • MapOverlays
  • Individual map laysers
  • Map catalog
  • showing/selecting maps
  • map/overlay import
  • Map composition
  • build maps interactively
  • Background selection
  • by object/class/scenario

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Plant and enterprise data base
  • EMIS has a hierarchical structure of two or more
    levels
  • Industrial estate or park, free economic zone
    defined primarily geographically
  • Individual enterprises and production plants
    within the zone and their components
  • containers, hazardous substances, waste streams

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ISO 14001, EIA
  • Checklists for interactive evaluation (pre-audit
    or continuous, operational EMP monitoring),
  • Starts with five main levels
  • Environmental policy
  • Planning and preparation
  • Implementation and operations
  • Monitoring, corrective actions
  • Management review
  • applies to both the entire industrial zone as
    well as any enterprise within !

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ISO 14001, EIA
  • Implemented using
  • rule-based
  • expert systems (AI)
  • artificial intelligence
  • technology to support
  • users in the evaluation
  • procedure by logical inference.

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Emission inventories
  • Compiles emission data from
  • Industrial plants, production units
  • Atmospheric with
  • stack parameters
  • Aquatic
  • Noise
  • Production related,
  • linked to chemicals
  • data base, input for dispersion models

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Hazardous substances, MSDS
  • Hazardous chemical data base
  • 700 industrial
  • chemical profiles
  • Physical,
  • Chemical,
  • Health,
  • Environmental
  • parameters
  • Linked to waste streams, simulation models

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Industrial waste streams
  • 150 industrial waste streams (CMA, US Resource
    Recovery and Conservations Act (RCRA) linked to
  • production processes
  • of plants, reactors,
  • hazardous chemicals
  • data base (MSDS)
  • applicable waste
  • treatment technologies.

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Simulation models
  • Interactive scenario analysis
  • Automatic (scheduled)
  • every day (24/48 hour forecasting)
  • every hour (now-casting)
  • Meteorological forecasts (3D prognostic), air
    quality models (3D photochemical, Gaussian
    (regulatory)
  • Dynamic emission modelling

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Simulation models
  • Meteorological forecasts (up to 120 hours,
    downscaled from continental/regional models)
  • Atmospheric dispersion and impact assessment
    regulatory, 3D dynamic photochemical, near-field
    (CFD)
  • Risk assessment, industrial accidents
  • Coastal water quality

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Meteorological forecasts
  • 3 level nesting from GFS global models
  • Using prognostic
  • 3D dynamic models
  • (MM5, WRF)
  • Directly coupled to
  • air quality (e.g., CAMx) and
  • oceanographical models (ROMS/TOMS, POM) for
    surface forcings

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Technological risk assessment
  • Sources of technological risk are distributed in
    space
  • Chemical installations, power plants,
    transportation corridors, airports, etc.
  • Target areas (residential areas, sensitive
    environments) are spatially distributed
    (proximity)
  • IMPACTS (damage, risk, vulnerability) depend on
    location AND accident characteristics development
    in time, emergency response

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Risk assessment and management
  • Controlling risks
  • Safety precautions and procedures at the source
    minimize probability of accidents
  • Location, zoning and routing (separate source and
    target)
  • Risk management, preparedness emergency
    management services, resources, emergency plans,
    communication, training

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Source inventories
  • Location of sources
  • Source characteristics
  • Hazardous substances
  • Amounts and storage conditions
  • Safety measures
  • Environment of the source
  • Meteorological conditions (prevailing wind or
    real-time meteorology)

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Probabilistic release scenarios
  • Location
  • Substance and amounts
  • Meteorological conditions
  • Surroundings (buildings, DEM, surface roughness)
  • Estimate probability of
  • Fire, BLEVE, explosion, dispersion, soil and
    water contamination

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Release scenarios
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Emergency management
  • Management in real-time
  • Forward chaining expert system coordinates tasks
    and communication
  • Compiles information from the field, sensors, RS
    data
  • Predicts the evolution of the accident with
    probabilistic simulation models
  • Provide decision support to emergency response
    teams as mobile clients

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