FetchEH helps regulators use septic system permit information and digital site plans to identify at risk systems and gain new insights that can help reduce failure rates in a community.
Move beyond the permit transaction and start using your data to understand more about the health of septic system inventories in your community.
Reducing risk starts with better data
Develop complete site plans using tools that make it simple for even those without mapping/GIS experience. Map septic tanks, drain fields, laterals, soil borings and more, and enter information about each feature like size, type, status and permit number.
Build a complete inventory of septic systems by mapping paper site plans sitting in the filing cabinet and migrating existing permitting data. Open the door to using septic system data for risk analysis, notifications and reporting with community wide septic system inventories.
Site research often requires visiting multiple websites and retrieving paper site plans to review maps and information critical to designing and ultimately permitting a new septic system.
Now you can access federal, state and local map layers and information on one map, including any site plans that have been mapped. Save time and see all your research data working together on a single map.
Access site plan maps and information in the field and conduct mapping workflows onsite. The Environmental Health application works on desktops or mobile and offers an offline mode, so you can still access maps and tools in the field even without a data connection.
Developing better data, where location is a key component, enables regulators to move beyond simply permitting septic systems to using data driven reporting, risk analysis and notifications to better understand risks, target funding and manage septic systems in a way that improves water quality and health in our communities.
Get in touch to request a live demonstration or learn more about our site plan and permit data conversion services.