The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, & Energy (EGLE) is working to create a warehouse for groundwater data. The goal is to build a system that provides a one-stop shop for groundwater data that can be leveraged easily within the department, gives consultants and members of industry a user-friendly tool for data input, and that provides relevant and interactable data to the public.
EGLE recently conducted a survey intended to:
- Determine what systems like this already exist
- Identify best practices already utilized, and
- Understand what lessons can be learned before starting this journey.
EGLE shared this information and collected survey responses through the E-Enterprise Community Inventory Platform (EECIP) – an online community platform for state, tribal, and federal environmental agency staff to learn and collaborate on a wide range of projects including business processes, advanced monitoring, and more.
The results of the EGLE groundwater data warehouse survey can be found on EECIP. Become a user today to learn more about EGLE’s work and the work of many other agencies! Visit www.eecip.net to register today.