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The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (OKDEQ) is providing a web-enabled electronic environmental (E2) reporting system for wastewater facilities to streamline the management of discharge monitoring reports (DMRs) required under the Oklahoma wastewater regulation program.

The E2 DMR systems provides wastewater facilities with an alternative way to submit DMR data and allow the OKDEQ to electronically validate the data, acknowledge receipt, and upload data to state's central wastewater database.

Implementing this new system will reach the goal of improving the management of data associated with the Department's wastewater monitoring program. The E2 system will:

  • Save wastewater treatment facilities compliance costs with a streamlined reporting method and readily available computer tools.
  • Save programmatic costs by reducing resources required for managing paper-based DMR reports.
  • Improve the accuracy of compliance data by eliminating potential errors that will be otherwise introduced through manual data entry.
  • Improve the state wastewater discharge treatment programs' overall effectiveness while offering alternatives for less process to the regulated community.