Web-based Environmental Applications
The web-based applications and reporting tools below allow citizens to send a pollution complaint, locate authorized tire disposal facilities, report permit data or information, and view the locations of thousands of physical sites that require ADEQ permits or supervision.
The following mobile applications work directly from Apple and Android phones and tablets.
ADEQ’s Mobile App
Submit a pollution complaint by using ADEQ's mobile app that will allow users anywhere in the state to report environmental hazards directly from some smart phones.
Find authorized tire disposal (waste-tire collection center and disposal sites) locations and contact information to properly dispose of waste tires.
ADEQ wants to hear from you. Not only do we want to know of pollution complaints, but we would welcome your general feedback. The Contact Information and General Feedback features allow Arkansans to contact us for information about our agency’s programs and send general feedback.
Earth911 iRecycle Mobile Recycling App
Find Local Recycling Locations Fast.
Search by ZIP code for ways to recycle more than 350 different materials whether on-the-go or at home. Developed by Earth911, this app helps consumers and businesses find local (United States only), convenient recycling opportunities.
These internet-based applications offer the public a paperless way to provide applications and reports to ADEQ.
The ADEQ ePortal system is an online service that allows the public to submit a variety of permit applications, registrations, reports, and other forms to ADEQ in a secure, online environment. The ePortal system also allows you to track the progress of your submissions.
NPDES permittees can submit monitoring reports electronically through the EPA’s NetDMR website. Training and additional information is available through ADEQ’s Water Enforcement branch.
The State and Local Emissions Inventory System (SLEIS) facilitates the collection and reporting of industry emissions data for state and local governments.
Interactive GIS Web Mapping Apps
The following web applications allow for interactively viewing and locating permitted facilities and more. The potential exists for large amounts of data to be transmitted during use of these sites. Please note that loading time will vary depending on your connection speed and the amount of data being requested.
EnviroView includes map layers from 31 different datasets. You can view facilities with ADEQ permits that regulate air emissions, water discharges, mining, fuel storage tanks, solid waste, and waste tires. Additional map layers show hazardous waste generators, ADEQ inspection districts, and environmental information, such as ecologically sensitive streams and water bodies, extraordinary resource waters, and natural and scenic waterways. Other supporting layers, such as congressional districts and census tracts, are supplied by other state and federal agencies.
AquaView allows users to view and access water-related data collected by ADEQ’s Water Division. Layers include locations of ADEQ’s routine and ambient sites from which water chemistry data is collected and analyzed (Water Quality Monitoring Stations) and locations of ADEQ’s biological (fish and macroinvertebrate) collections. Also included are supporting layers, such as High Quality Water designations (Extraordinary Resource Waters, Ecologically Sensitive Waterbodies, and Natural and Scenic Waterways) and impaired streams and lakes included on Arkansas’s 303(d) list. By selecting more info, under pop-up windows, users can access water chemistry and biological data from collection sites. The query function also allows data to be selected based on county, ecoregion, or major watershed basins.
Arkansas Brownfield Program Viewer
Arkansas Brownfield Program Viewer provides the locations and information about industrial sites that may have been contaminated by hazardous substances.
It includes rehabilitated sites that now serve new purposes and those still in the clean-up process.
MethViewer shows the locations of methamphetamine-contaminated properties on record with the Arkansas Crime Information Center since 2008. In compliance with Arkansas Act 864 of 2007, ADEQ removes a property from this website within 10 days of being notified that the property has been cleaned up and has met ADEQ's remediation standards.