ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Supercharge SPCC Compliance with Mapistry

As Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) rules and regulations grow in scope and complexity, facilities are under vast amounts of pressure to keep SPCC compliance programs up-to-date, efficient, and effective across all of their locations. Download this webinar to learn how Mapistry’s SPCC Suite helps industrial companies solve this problem.

During this webinar, hear industry veterans discuss and demonstrate how Mapistry’s digital framework is transforming SPCC compliance with a smarter, data driven approach that generates business outcomes. Additionally, we’ll cover:

  • Top ways to manage the SPCC compliance lifecycle
  • How to gain real-time visibility into compliance health
  • The benefits of centralizing documentation and recordkeeping
  • Tips to minimize the risk of noncompliance
  • Ryan Janoch Founder of Mapistry

    Ryan is the founder of Mapistry which provides stormwater services and online stormwater compliance software to industrial facilities. He is a California licensed professional engineer with nationwide experience in stormwater program compliance for hundreds of industrial sites, including ready-mix concrete plants, metal recyclers and bulk marine terminals. Ryan is a former member of the State of Virginia’s Stormwater BMP Clearinghouse Committee, which is responsible for establishing BMP pollutant removal efficiencies. He has a MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland and a BS in Biology and Geology from Tufts University.

  • Angie Campos Compliance Manager at Mapistry

    Angie started her career as an environmental specialist for the Republic Services corporate office in Phoenix, AZ and after two years was promoted to engineering manager. For her duration at Republic Services, she was involved with the creation of company absolutes & standards, training modules, due diligence/property acquisitions, budget reviews, and was the corporate stormwater contact for the company, among many other things. She felt a sense of pride in being in a role that provided support for all environmental compliance/engineering aspects of the waste management business and took the opportunity to learn as much as she could about anything and everything she could get her hands on. She holds two B.S. degrees in Chemical Engineering and Geology, along with a minor in Chemistry which have provided a good basis for her endeavor to help the planet.