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Stanislaus County Division of Environmental Resources Selects Accela for Streamlining the Management of Hazardous Materials and Waste

Cloud technology enables Stanislaus County Division of Environmental Resources to enforce health and safety regulations across nearly 10,000 facilities with hazardous materials and waste to uphold community wellbeing

(San Ramon, Calif. – December 15, 2020)Accela, the leading provider of cloud-based solutions for government, today announced Stanislaus County Division of Environmental Resources will leverage its cloud-based solutions to streamline the management of hazardous materials and waste to improve community health and safety. Accela’s highly configurable software will enable the Division to protect residents from these hazards by applying statewide standards under the authority of California’s Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) and local ordinance. “Today, modern cloud technology is essential in helping agencies keep up with evolving state and local health regulations,” said Darryl Booth, Accela’s General Manager for Environmental Health. “This project is exciting because the Stanislaus County Division of Environmental Resources will join other county divisions on the Accela platform, fulfilling the promise of integrated, shared access between and among departments. It requires notable leadership to build bridges between traditional departmental silos, even in local government, and we are proud to work with Stanislaus as they streamline communications and increase transparency to improve public health and safety outcomes.” With Accela, the Division of Environmental Resources will be able to issue permits, manage inspections, and enforce health and safety policies across nearly 10,000 facilities with hazardous materials and waste. The system will also help the Stanislaus Hazardous Materials Department streamline electronic communication with California’s Environmental Reporting System (CERS), a critical measure of statewide compliance, monitoring, and enforcement. The Division of Environmental Resources is dedicated to protecting the environment and public health and safety for the County and its nine incorporated cities. Stanislaus’ hazmat field inspectors use computers in the field to plan their day, review facility history, capture inspection details, and record their time. Hazmat inspectors also serve to educate operators on required practices and how to meet all their obligations. Today’s announcement demonstrates Accela’s commitment to delivering modern digital tools to help build thriving communities, now and in the future. More than 80 percent of Accela’s new customers purchased solutions in the cloud, and 66 percent of all Accela customers are currently in the cloud, underscoring SaaS technology’s increasing importance for navigating modern governance. Accela was recently named one of Inc.’s Best in Business Award winners for its COVID-19 Response Solutions, which were developed to help Accela’s state and local customers navigate new modes of operation during the pandemic, including online resident services, remote work, virtual inspections, and more.

Most recently, Accela helped Humboldt County, California’s Division of Environmental Health harness the cloud to navigate today’s evolving civic landscape and improve critical citizen resources. Accela’s secure and flexible SaaS solutions equip governments with the resources to quickly respond to evolving community needs, increase efficiency, and maintain resilience to benefit 275 million citizens globally. To learn more about Accela’s Solutions, please visit


About Accela

Accela provides market-leading cloud solutions that empower the most innovative state and local governments around the world to build thriving communities, grow businesses and protect citizens. More than 275 million citizens globally benefit from Accela’s solutions, which are powered by Azure, for permitting, licensing, code enforcement, and service request management. Accela’s fast-to-implement Civic Applications, built on its robust and extensible Civic Platform, help agencies address specific needs today, while ensuring they are prepared for any emerging or complex challenges in the future. The company was recently recognized as an Inc. Best in Business Award winner and a2020 Microsoft US Partner Award winner for its innovative SaaS solutions to help governments respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, and was named as one of the Largest East Bay Tech Employers by San Francisco Business Journal. Accela is headquartered in San Ramon, California, with additional offices around the world. For more information, visit

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