Locus Awarded Contract to Manage Jack Engle & Co. Environmental Data
News Jun 02, 2012
Locus Technologies (Locus), an industry leader in Cloud-computing enterprise software for environmental, energy, air, water, and compliance management, has been selected to manage the compliance and environmental activities of Jack Engle & Co., with its award-winning Environmental Information Management (EIM) and ePortal software.
Jack Engle & Co., one of the largest scrap metal recycling companies on the West Coast, brokers and processes ferrous and nonferrous scrap metals, stainless steel, and high-temperature alloys. Jack Engle & Co. will implement EIM and ePortal to help manage its environmental data, compliance activities, and calendars in one centralized repository online. The data will aggregate from multiple Jack Engle sites and locations in the Western U.S.; the company plans to use ePortal to lower costs associated with its environment, health, and safety functions; manage permits and assets; and track regulatory data related to its sites and assets.
"We are really excited to streamline our compliance activities across the organization with Locus' ePortal," said Al Gaspar, Human Resources Manager of Jack Engle & Co. "Being able to access all of our data anytime, online, will help with our broader strategy to automate more of our operations."
“Locus ePortal and EIM is a great tool for organizations of all sizes, and we believe that Jack Engle & Co. will reap the benefits of significant cost savings and increased efficiency in its environmental tracking, reporting, and monitoring." said Neno Duplan, President and CEO of Locus.
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