eBase by Xodus
eBase follows the logic and thread of EIA and will guide you through the process at a fraction of the time and cost.
Store and reuse EIA data
Use eBase as a structured platform to store commonly used EIA data including activity and receptor descriptions, impact summaries, controls and performance standards.
Data managers can upload and maintain data from anywhere in the world.
Edit rich text, add images and links and build relationships between data objects.
Complete environmental impact identification and assessment at a fraction of the time and cost
Use eBase as a tool to allow a user to step through the process of an EIA to perform rapid impact assessment and document generation, leveraging off the structured database and the work done before.
Maintain the workflow or thread of an EIA
Use eBase to ensure that the workflow or thread of an EIA, from activity through to impacts and controls, is maintained to produce a robust and thorough assessment of all impacts and risks.
eBase Web Portal
Visit our dedicated portal to login and use eBase for yourself
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