Welcome to the EnviroData User Guide!



EnviroData is a state-of-the-art web-based platform for the management, analysis, and reporting of environmental data.


Permitting and environmental management processes are complex. They require the collection, storage, and analysis of large amounts of data from a variety of locations and instruments. EnviroData provides a powerful solution to these challenges.

Control Your Data

View, query, and export your datasets easily through a robust and customizable reporting platform. EnviroData supports real-time, near-real-time and static datasets and uses APIs to allow integration with other corporate information management systems.

Stay Efficient

Automate workflows to ingest, quality check, interpret and integrate multiple environmental datasets. Reduce risk and meet the expectations of your investors, regulators, and the public.

Customize to Your Needs

EnviroData is highly configurable; the system has been used as a data management platform for various environmental monitoring programs, including metal mine clients in BC and oil sand clients.

Overview of our Documentation

The EnviroData documentation is organized into sections consisting of tutorials, task recipes, reference guides, and explanations. Click the card below that’s most relevant to your needs!


Get Started. If you’re new to EnviroData, start here. These tutorials are designed to introduce you to the most important features of EnviroData.

EnviroData Cookbook

Task Recipes. Practical step-by-step recipes for the more experienced EnviroData user. Focused on addressing key problems and common use-cases.

EnviroData R

Reference Guide. EnviroData R is an R client for interacting with the EnviroData API. Click here for the reference guide and to see all that’s possible.


Key Topics. Various high-level discussions of important concepts and topics related to EnviroData. Great for the curious user looking to learn more.

A note to users of WaterResourceData.com


If you’re coming from WaterResourceData.com, we recommend watching this short youtube tutorial on how to access hydrology data on EnviroData.

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