Wang debuts TINIA environmental system
New system offers companies easier ways of managing their environmental control programs, complying with regulations
The state of our environment and how industrial and chemical waste has affected it has become one of the primary concerns of industries and government alike. The government is continually seeking ways to effectively enforce pollution regulations, obliging private industry to seek ways to comply with them. One of the latest of these methods is a new computerized system that can help both government and industry to efficiently manage their environmental programs.
Wang Laboratories, one of the major computer manufacturers in the world, has joined forces with Alternative Systems Inc. (ASI) -- a computer system development firm specializing in environmental liability management, to develop TINIA -- an integrated information system designed to help make management of environmental control programs easier. Last week, the system was introduced in Puerto Rico during a series of seminars held in the Caribe Hilton Hotel.
TINIA is an Oracle-based relational database which incorporates …