California’s San Jose Water Company has selected Locus Technologies’ environmental information management system.
SJWC, an investor-owned utility providing water service to about 1 million people in the Santa Clara Valley, is deploying the Locus EIM SaaS-based software to consolidate and manage its field data collection; water compliance and water quality data; and all its environmental compliance and environmental data.
SJWC will also use the Locus EIM to manage its environmental permits for all its sites and facilities.
Francois Rodigari, director of water quality and environmental services, says the utility chose Locus and its EIM software because it will allow it to consolidate and access critical information on data related to water quality and environmental compliance in a single repository based on a cloud platform. “This comprehensive view of our water system will help us to comprehensively manage all data related to drinking water and environmental compliance, and as a result, bring higher efficiency to our organization,” he says.
The company says Locus EIM is a comprehensive and configurable software designed to manage mission-critical environmental and sustainability data to help organization organize, manage, report, and visualize sampling, analytical, and subsurface data for compliance and assurance reporting for a variety of vertical markets including water, gas and oil, power generating utilities, and food and beverage.
Earlier this month Chevron Environmental Management Company, a subsidiary of Chevron Corporation, extended its relationship with the Locus to include contract renewal as well as distinguishing Locus’ EIM software as the system of record for managing environmental-based analytical lab and field data.