From: Lakes Environmental Software
Published October 18, 2017 02:10 PM

Lakes Environmental - One of the 50 Most Admired Companies of 2017

Waterloo Ontario based Lakes Environmental Software has been recognized by The Silicon Review as one of the 50 Most Admired Companies of the year. An article highlighting our exceptional work in the information technology and environmental industry can be found in the October special issue of The Silicon Review, a prestigious business and technology magazine. The full article can be read here.


The honour received is a definite recognition of our high-level expertise on computer sciences and the atmospheric environment.


About Lakes Environmental Software


Lakes Environmental is dedicated to continuously investigating new areas of research to provide our users with superior state-of-the-art software solutions and data services.


Lakes Environmental Software is known worldwide for its scientifically advanced environmental modeling software and data products. Example of our leading products and services includes:


Austal View

Retains more than 95% of the commercial air pollution modelling market in Germany.

AERMOD View

The de facto air pollution model in Canada.

AQMIS CLOUD

The most Regulatory Permit and Compliance Solution, currently running in the USA and internationally.

TEISS View

Our air pollutant emissions inventory system available on all native American tribes in the USA.

FETS Web

the most advanced Real-Time and Air Quality Forecasting, saving millions annually to many industrial plants.

Training

Receives the top ratings for the exceptional manner it is delivered and for tis learning outcomes.

Meteorological Data Processing (WRF/MM5)

The affordable and most efficient service in providing historical meteorological data for environmental studies.


Contact Info: Lakes Environmental Software, Media Relations
170 Columbia St W, Suite 1
Waterloo, ON
Office: 519.746.5995
info@webLakes.com


Website : Lakes Environmental Software


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