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RCRAInfo Outbound Services

Windsor implemented an outbound RCRAInfo data flow between the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) using the Exchange Network. This data flow utilizes the RCRAInfo Version 5.2 data access services to move Handler and Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement (CME) to the EHA.

Several years ago, EHA designed, developed and implemented an Environmental Health Warehouse (EHW). The EHW currently contains many hazardous waste handlers, including conditionally-exempt, small and large quantity generators. EHW also includes hazardous waste transporters, Treatment, Storage, and Disposal (TSD) facilities, and handlers that reported used oil and universal waste activities.

To populate the EHW, the Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch (SHWB) developed a one-time data extract from the online RCRAInfo data access system utilizing USEPA's BARRT application. The SHWB must manually replicate this approach each time it wants updated data from RCRAInfo incorporated into the EHW, and as a result, the EHW often becomes outdated and less informative.

Usind this new solution, the EHA Network Node automatically requests the latest Handler and CME information from RCRAInfo on a scheduled basis and then uses this information to keep the EHW up-to-date through developed back-end processes. 

After successful completion of this project, the EHA Network Node can simply request the latest Handler and CME information from RCRAInfo on a scheduled basis and then use this information to keep the EHW up-to-date through developed back-end processes. The manual process required today would no longer be needed.Windsor Solutions (Windsor) will partner with the Hawaii State Department of Health's Environmental Health Administration (EHA) to implement an outbound RCRAInfo data flow between the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) using the Exchange Network. This data flow will utilize the available RCRAInfo Version 5.2 data access services to move Handler and Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement (CME) to the EHA.
 
Several years ago, EHA designed, developed and implemented an Environmental Health Warehouse (EHW). The EHW currently contains many hazardous waste handlers, including conditionally-exempt, small and large quantity generators. EHW also includes hazardous waste transporters, Treatment, Storage, and Disposal (TSD) facilities, and handlers that reported used oil and universal waste activities.
 
To populate the EHW, the Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch (SHWB) developed a one-time data extract from the online RCRAInfo data access system utilizing USEPA's BARRT application. The SHWB must manually replicate this approach each time it wants updated data from RCRAInfo incorporated into the EHW, and as a result, the EHW often becomes outdated and less informative.
 
After successful completion of this project, the EHA Network Node can simply request the latest Handler and CME information from RCRAInfo on a scheduled basis and then use this information to keep the EHW up-to-date through developed back-end processes. The manual process required today would no longer be needed.Windsor Solutions (Windsor) will partner with the Hawaii State Department of Health's Environmental Health Administration (EHA) to implement an outbound RCRAInfo data flow between the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) using the Exchange Network. This data flow will utilize the available RCRAInfo Version 5.2 data access services to move Handler and Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement (CME) to the EHA.
 
Several years ago, EHA designed, developed and implemented an Environmental Health Warehouse (EHW). The EHW currently contains many hazardous waste handlers, including conditionally-exempt, small and large quantity generators. EHW also includes hazardous waste transporters, Treatment, Storage, and Disposal (TSD) facilities, and handlers that reported used oil and universal waste activities.
 
To populate the EHW, the Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch (SHWB) developed a one-time data extract from the online RCRAInfo data access system utilizing USEPA's BARRT application. The SHWB must manually replicate this approach each time it wants updated data from RCRAInfo incorporated into the EHW, and as a result, the EHW often becomes outdated and less informative.
 
After successful completion of this project, the EHA Network Node can simply request the latest Handler and CME information from RCRAInfo on a scheduled basis and then use this information to keep the EHW up-to-date through developed back-end processes. The manual process required today would no longer be needed.Windsor Solutions (Windsor) will partner with the Hawaii State Department of Health's Environmental Health Administration (EHA) to implement an outbound RCRAInfo data flow between the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) using the Exchange Network. This data flow will utilize the available RCRAInfo Version 5.2 data access services to move Handler and Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement (CME) to the EHA.
 
Several years ago, EHA designed, developed and implemented an Environmental Health Warehouse (EHW). The EHW currently contains many hazardous waste handlers, including conditionally-exempt, small and large quantity generators. EHW also includes hazardous waste transporters, Treatment, Storage, and Disposal (TSD) facilities, and handlers that reported used oil and universal waste activities.
 
To populate the EHW, the Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch (SHWB) developed a one-time data extract from the online RCRAInfo data access system utilizing USEPA's BARRT application. The SHWB must manually replicate this approach each time it wants updated data from RCRAInfo incorporated into the EHW, and as a result, the EHW often becomes outdated and less informative.
 
After successful completion of this project, the EHA Network Node can simply request the latest Handler and CME information from RCRAInfo on a scheduled basis and then use this information to keep the EHW up-to-date through developed back-end processes. The manual process required today would no longer be needed.Windsor Solutions (Windsor) will partner with the Hawaii State Department of Health's Environmental Health Administration (EHA) to implement an outbound RCRAInfo data flow between the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) using the Exchange Network. This data flow will utilize the available RCRAInfo Version 5.2 data access services to move Handler and Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement (CME) to the EHA.
 
Several years ago, EHA designed, developed and implemented an Environmental Health Warehouse (EHW). The EHW currently contains many hazardous waste handlers, including conditionally-exempt, small and large quantity generators. EHW also includes hazardous waste transporters, Treatment, Storage, and Disposal (TSD) facilities, and handlers that reported used oil and universal waste activities.
 
To populate the EHW, the Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch (SHWB) developed a one-time data extract from the online RCRAInfo data access system utilizing USEPA's BARRT application. The SHWB must manually replicate this approach each time it wants updated data from RCRAInfo incorporated into the EHW, and as a result, the EHW often becomes outdated and less informative.
 
After successful completion of this project, the EHA Network Node can simply request the latest Handler and CME information from RCRAInfo on a scheduled basis and then use this information to keep the EHW up-to-date through developed back-end processes. The manual process required today would no longer be needed.Windsor Solutions (Windsor) will partner with the Hawaii State Department of Health's Environmental Health Administration (EHA) to implement an outbound RCRAInfo data flow between the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) using the Exchange Network. This data flow will utilize the available RCRAInfo Version 5.2 data access services to move Handler and Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement (CME) to the EHA.
 
Several years ago, EHA designed, developed and implemented an Environmental Health Warehouse (EHW). The EHW currently contains many hazardous waste handlers, including conditionally-exempt, small and large quantity generators. EHW also includes hazardous waste transporters, Treatment, Storage, and Disposal (TSD) facilities, and handlers that reported used oil and universal waste activities.
 
To populate the EHW, the Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch (SHWB) developed a one-time data extract from the online RCRAInfo data access system utilizing USEPA's BARRT application. The SHWB must manually replicate this approach each time it wants updated data from RCRAInfo incorporated into the EHW, and as a result, the EHW often becomes outdated and less informative.
 
After successful completion of this project, the EHA Network Node can simply request the latest Handler and CME information from RCRAInfo on a scheduled basis and then use this information to keep the EHW up-to-date through developed back-end processes. The manual process required today would no longer be needed.Windsor Solutions (Windsor) will partner with the Hawaii State Department of Health's Environmental Health Administration (EHA) to implement an outbound RCRAInfo data flow between the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) using the Exchange Network. This data flow will utilize the available RCRAInfo Version 5.2 data access services to move Handler and Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement (CME) to the EHA.
 
Several years ago, EHA designed, developed and implemented an Environmental Health Warehouse (EHW). The EHW currently contains many hazardous waste handlers, including conditionally-exempt, small and large quantity generators. EHW also includes hazardous waste transporters, Treatment, Storage, and Disposal (TSD) facilities, and handlers that reported used oil and universal waste activities.
 
To populate the EHW, the Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch (SHWB) developed a one-time data extract from the online RCRAInfo data access system utilizing USEPA's BARRT application. The SHWB must manually replicate this approach each time it wants updated data from RCRAInfo incorporated into the EHW, and as a result, the EHW often becomes outdated and less informative.
 
After successful completion of this project, the EHA Network Node can simply request the latest Handler and CME information from RCRAInfo on a scheduled basis and then use this information to keep the EHW up-to-date through developed back-end processes. The manual process required today would no longer be needed.


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CLIENT: Hawaii State Dept. of Health
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