|The Data Integration Division (DID) is responsible for the data integration activities within the Office of Pollution Control (OPC) and provides support to the Environmental Permits Division, the Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Division, and the Environmental Media Divisions for a broad range of information technology needs.|
|MDEQ has launched enDx, a web-based application that allows allows electronic submittal of environmental information such as permit applications and reports. MDEQ is interested in your comments and suggestions for additional electronic submittals. |
|About DID||enSearch Online|
|Overview of DID and enSite, including update information about new data integration activities and projects in progress.||Links to the new online tool enSearch Online which allows searches of public information about permitted facilities.|
|National Database Administration|
|Activities and Projects|
|This link provides an overview of current OPC data integration projects and activities.||Overview of EPA's National Databases administered by DID with links to DID contact staff for Mississippi's data.|
|EPA's Enforcement and Compliance History Online (ECHO)|
|NOTE: We apologize but due to the federal requirement to comply with EPA's Cross-Media Electronic Reporting Regulation (CROMERR) requirements the enDx site has been brought offline until its replacement site has been moved into production. You can find a copy of the Baseline Storm Water General Permit Annual Comprehensive Site Inspection and Swppp Evaluation Report here. |
enDx – electronic Environmental Data Exchange – a web-based application that supports the following electronic submissions:
- Notice of Intents (NOIs) for coverage under the General Permit for construction activity which regulates storm water runoff at construction sites greater than 5 acres.
- Baseline Storm Water Inspection Report and Certification Form, required under the Baseline Storm General Permit
- Updates to facility information on file at MDEQ. The system allows regulated industry to view their facility data on file at MDEQ and submit modifications to that data.
MDEQ has piloted these applications with the Mississippi Department of Transportation and industries regulated by the Environmental Permits Division Energy Branch.
|EPA announces ECHO (Enforcement and Compliance History Online), a new public access tool for compliance and enforcement information for all major facilities regulated under the Clean Water Act (CWA) , the Clean Air Act (CAA), and/or the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). The data provides a snapshot of a facility's environmental track record for the past two years. The data indicates a facility's record of compliance with multimedia environmental regulations by showing the dates and types of inspections, violations, and enforcement actions for a two-year period. ECHO is presently in "pilot"status to allow the regulated community to flag possible data errors and to allow the general public to provide feedback on the design of the site. |
The state has conducted a comprehensive data quality review to ensure the correctness and completeness of the data contained in ECHO as it relates to Major facilities. Should data errors be found in the Echo reports, the user may submit corrections online by clicking the 'Report Error' button. Online data error requests will be routed to the State's data steward for review and, if needed, correction. The user will receive an e-mail from the State concerning the final determination of each request. You may address questions to MDEQ's ECHO Data Steward.
|Hazardous Waste Biennial Reporting|
|The Biennial Reporting System is a national system that collects data on the generation, management, and minimization of hazardous activities. This system captures detailed information and data on the generation of hazardous waste from Large Quantity Generators (LQG's) and waste management practices from treatment, storage and disposal facilities (TSDs) for biennial reporting. The State also requires Small Quantity Generators (SQG's) to report biennially. Data for the previous year's hazardous waste activities is reported by facilities to the State and the State sends the flat files to EPA. Facilities can submit these reports to the State electronically. If you report electronically you are still required to print the Site Identification Page and sign and send to the State. A link to the web site for electronic filing of your Annual/Biennial Hazardous Waste Report is provided below. Also, a link is provided for NAICS codes. |
Please note, the State does require all Transporters, Small Quantity Generators (SQG's), Large Quantity Generators (LQG's) and TSD facilities to submit a report to the State on an annual basis.