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LIFETCY 98/CY/167
Introduction / Presentation
of the Industrial Waste Database System
A.Angelopoulou
National Technical University of Athens
Department of Chemical Engineering
Laboratory of Environmental Science and Technology
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Industrial Waste Database System
Software characteristics
The application is designed for use in a network environment –
Microsoft NT Windows
The database was designed with Microsoft SQL Server
The application was developed using the programming language
DELPHI
The Geographical Information System (GIS) used is ARCVIEW
(by ESRI)
Work breakdown structure
Phase Description
System engineering and analysis
Software requirements analysis
Design
Implementation
Testing
Maintenance
Training
Project Scope
Development of an industrial waste database
system in which technical and environmental
data of industrial units is statistically processed
and evaluated according to the environmental
regulations.
Software application modules

Management of database tables

Reports and Statistical programs evaluating effluent
measurements

Geographical Information System (GIS)
Management of Database Tables
This module contains programs which allow the user
to enter data concerning the industry’s identity,
water supply, liquid wastes, VOC emissions, solid and
dangerous wastes, oil residues.
Main Screen
Search criteria:
•Industry name
•NACE code
Menu choices:
•File
•Questionnaire
date
•Industry
•Internal coding
•Questionnaire
•Reports
Company /
Industry /
Questionnaire
view
Search results
Menu choices (File)
File > Help Tables
Help tables hold data
used by all other
programs of the
application :
•Technical
•Environmental
•Geographical
Menu choices (Industry)
These programs
allow the user to :
• insert a new
company / industry
• view data of an
existing company /
industry
• update / delete an
existing company /
industry
Menu choices (Industry)
View Company’s Data
Company’s identity
Responsible person
Menu choices (Industry)
View Industry’s Data
A number of programs allow the user
to easily pass through some screens
and view the industry’s data
Menu choices (Questionnaire)
These programs allow the user to :
•View an existing questionnaire
•Insert a new questionnaire
•Delete a questionnaire
Questionnaire
Holds
environmental
data
concerning :
Production
process units
Liquid wastes
Solid wastes
Gaseous wastes
VOC’s
Oil residues
The Questionnaire holds environmental data
concerning a specific industry.
An industry may have as many
questionnaires as possible which may be
related to a specific sample and date of
measurement.
Questionnaire
Links to all help tables
All programs are designed
to have a user-friendly
interface.
Tab access to various
screens
List boxes for all parametric tables
Reports / Statistical programs
The application offers 21
reports, some of them are :
• Effluent measurements per
industry, geographical area,
NACE code, recipient
• Water usage,
• Industry categorization
(NACE coding)
Reports / Statistical programs
For each report, the user may
define different selection
criteria.
The reports may be viewed
on the screen and forwarded
to the network printer.
Geographical Information System
In order to view Cyprus map
enriched with data entered,
the database tables should be
linked with the GIS project file.
Geographical Information System
Data contained in the database
tables is shown on line on the
Cyprus map according to the
view selected by the user.
Each time an emission entry is
added to the database, it is
projected on the map.
Geographical Information System
The user may also select and
view data for specific districts
which are colored according to
the level of liquid wastes (e.g.
beige for 333 mg/l, light brown
for up to 1809 mg/l etc.)
Conclusion
This application is very important as a decision
support tool since it can assist the environmental
authorities to :
access / update the existing situation of emissions
define problematic areas where pollutants exceed
allowable levels
take necessary pollution control measures
Acknowledgments
Ministry of Labour and Social Insurance :
A.Economides and all partners
NTUA:
Prof.M.Loizidou
Dr.D.Fatta
Collaborators in developing the application :
Stelios Angelis
Fivos Vilanakis
Haris Loukatzikos