Each of us wants to live and raise a family in an environment where the air is clean, and the water is free of harmful pollutants. Americans count on environmental enforcement experts to evaluate compliance with regulations such as the Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act, and to pursue enforcement actions when agencies identify non-compliance.

While federal agencies such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Food and Drug Administration oversee environmental enforcement programs, they partner with state, municipal and tribal agencies with delegated authority for primary monitoring and enforcement within their jurisdictions. Across the U.S., these agencies monitor more than 40 million facilities - from privately owned industrial campuses to municipal wastewater treatment plants. The number of sites, impact to communities, multiple regulatory entities and various regulatory standards make the environmental compliance landscape inherently complex to manage.

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