Soil Connect’s new module eases sharing of data with regulatory bodies

By Jenny LescohierMay 18, 2022

eRegulatory module includes documentation settings for both clean fill and contaminated dirt, and turn-by-turn GPS tracking minimizes risk by providing an end-to-end record of the truck and material route

Soil Connect’s new eRegulatory module eliminates paper tickets and automatically captures and saves essential truck, load and route data so it can be easily shared with regulatory bodies and other stakeholders.

A digital marketplace connecting those who have soil, aggregates and other building materials with those who need it, Soil Connect now offers a patent-pending module with features meant to help business owners save time and administrative expenses.

The eRegulatory module includes documentation settings for both clean fill and contaminated dirt, and turn-by-turn GPS tracking minimizes risk by providing an end-to-end record of the truck and material route.

Paperless manifests save users time and money by reducing data entry and administrative costs, eliminating the need for printed manifest forms that can be lost, damaged or filled out incorrectly. Contactless e-signatures keep drivers safe while eliminating the inefficiencies of mailing traditional paper manifests for signatures.

eRegulatory also provides a digital database for all manifests, providing a record of all routes and deliveries in one place. All of this information is captured automatically, making it easier for contractors to share data for compliance with local regulatory bodies in a standard PDF format.

“No one has ever done anything like this before,” said Cliff Fetner, founder and CEO of Soil Connect. “eRegulatory will ultimately help contractors save time and money, whether that’s through reduced administrative costs or risk mitigation. This is part of a rising tide of digital technology that is helping contractors and business owners protect their businesses, lower their insurance premiums, keep their people safe, and focus on getting the job done.”

eRegulatory is available to all Soil Connect users through the Soil Connect digital marketplace.

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