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August 27th, 2013
SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a Achieves Effective Municipal Waste Implementation and Management in Italy

As the raw material and fuel prices have risen dramatically, finding alternative energy sources becomes a national concern. Government agencies and private industries around the world have started green businesses with GIS solutions in an effort to generate renewable energy via recycling and reuse and minimize the environmental impact.   

With the goal of developing a decision support platform for better waste collection, processing, storage, and recycling, CONERO AMBIENTE, the inter-municipal consortium, employed the desktop GIS software to manage and analyze the spatial information such as disposal site location, allocation of renewable resource, and environmental impact for suggesting the best treatment of waste management and resource recycling.
    
Serving as Supergeo’s important business partner in Italy, Helix S.r.l. is technically proficient in providing clients with the custom SuperGIS solutions to geospatial-related problems. Supergeo hopes that the fruitful collaboration will continually help the two parties successfully get into the Southern Europe market and further create more business opportunities.

For more information about SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a, please visit: http://www.supergeotek.com/productpage_SG3.aspx