NDEE programs collect data through a variety of means, including groundwater and surface water sampling, ambient air quality monitoring, and reports submitted by regulated businesses and industries. These data are used extensively to support the department’s regulatory responsibilities and to an increasing extent are also available to provide the public with information regarding environmental quality, conditions, and concerns.
The visual representation of data through mapping will continue to expand and increase in importance due to the extensive amount of data available, and the dynamic, ever-evolving nature of both data collection and mapping technology.
The Nebraska map opens in a new tab.
As of August 2020, the map server is new and improved.
The Interactive Map is a web based mapping application that provides a visual representation of regulated facilities/entities.
The map contains many data points, so it may take a minute to load.
Each dot (data point) on the map represents a regulated facility.
You may view documents for facilities/entities.
To view limited information about a facility and the associated programs, click on the dot and select “Show Facility Details”
Click on the Docs icon to see documents for a specific facility.
If no documents return, then no documents are available for that facility.
Documents received or generated prior to April 2011 may NOT be available for viewing through the map server.
Paper records could exist.
Contact the Records Management Section to inquire, firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-471-3557.
NOTE: Occasionally, documents are too large to open through the website. If a document does not display, please call 402-471-3557 or email email@example.com with information about the document.
Tips and Tricks
- To clear the map and search criteria – press the reload button in the web browser
- Zoom works best with – and + bar
- To create a radius around a specific point, right click on a dot and select a radial distance
- To remove a highlight: right click inside the shape and select Delete
- When performing a Data Search, leave out punctuation. For example, use St Paul not St. Paul.
- To filter search results further, enter a value into a field above the associated column.
- In the example below, the search results were narrowed to include only those that have 202 in the street address.
- Other tools are available in the upper right corner of the map
- Choose an alternate Basemap
- Use the Measure Tool to measure area and distance between points
- Use the Draw Tool to draw points and other details
- To clear measurements, close the Measure window
Surface Water Data
Air Quality Data
Land & Waste Data
Information required to be submitted by businesses and industries