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Sanitary Sewer Overflow Map
The Sanitary Sewer Overflow map allows users to see the locations of SSOs that have been reported to the Department. They are displayed on the map for 10 days after the SSO has ceased. The colors indicate the volume of the discharge.
Click on any dot on the map and a popup will display information about the SSO(s).
At the top of the popup that is displayed after clicking on a dot, there is a number that indicates the number of SSOs at that location. Users can cycle through them by clicking on the arrows at the top of the popup.
At the bottom of the popup is a link (“click for eFile”) that will take users to SSOs reported from that facility. The eFile entries that appear are sorted by date from most recent to oldest and contain only SSO reports.
Users can zoom in and out by using the +/- buttons at the top left of the map, the scroll on their mouse, or by holding the Shift key down while clicking and dragging a box on the map to zoom in.
The Switch Basemap button at the top right of the page allows users to select a different basemap.

Municipal Wastewater Treatment Facility Outfalls
The Municipal Wastewater Treatment Facility Outfalls map allows users to see the locations of Municipal Land Application and Surface Water Discharges. They are color coded by type.
Click on any dot on the map and a popup will display information about the outfall.
At the top of the popup that is displayed after clicking on a outfall, there is a number that indicates the number of outfalls at the click location. Users cycle through them by clicking on the arrows at the top of the popup.
At the bottom of the popup is a link(click for eFile) that will take users to files for the permit number of the outfall for the entry clicked.
Users can zoom in and out by using the +/- buttons at the top left of the map, the scroll on their mouse, or by holding the Shift key down while clicking and dragging a box on the map to zoom in.
The Switch Basemap button at the top right of the page allows users to select a different basemap.

Alabama Fish Consumption Advisories
The map shows the geographic areas described in the Fish Consumption Advisories issued by the Alabama Department of Public Health. The user can click on the tab that interest them and then click on one of the Fish Consumption Advisories indicated by red lines. The area of the advisory will be selected in blue. There could be other advisories near or adjacent. A pop-up will display the details of the selected area. If there is more than one advisory for the selected area, there will be an arrow visible in the upper right of the pop-up. Keep clicking the arrow until it disappears to view all advisories.

GIS Inspector for Brownfields
You can roll your scroll wheel on your mouse away from you, click the + button in the upper-left or hold down your shift key and click and drag a box on the map to zoom.
If you search by address, it will zoom to a scale that you can see the Brownfields.
Once the sites appear, click on the one that interests you. A popup will display information about the site.
The popup will also contain a Link to eFile Documents. The eFile is realtime. eFile shows documents related to the site.
The Basemap Gallery button in the upper-left allows you to switch between several different basemaps like US Topos, streets, and aerial imagery.
You can display your location by clicking on the My Location button just beneath the Home button in the upper-left. There is a button for activating the Measurement Tool. You can use this tool to measure a wide variety of things.
This page is responsive. It will size to the device you are using.

Assessed Waters
The Assessed Waters map allows users to get information about a variety of state waters. Layers include Assessed Units, 303d Layers, and Impaired Waters. A wide variety of base maps are available.
You can roll your scroll wheel on your mouse away from you, click the + button in the upper-left or hold down your shift key and click and drag a box on the map to zoom.
Click on the feature that interest you. A popup will display information about it.
The Basemap Gallery button in the upper-left allows you to switch between several different basemaps like US Topos, streets, and aerial imagery.
You can display your location by clicking on the My Location button just beneath the Home button in the upper-left. There is a button for activating the Measurement Tool. You can use this tool to measure a wide variety of things. The third button on the top allows you to add your own supported data to the map on your browser.
This page is responsive. It will size to the device you are using.

UST Regulatory Sites
The UST Regulatory Sites map allows users to see active Underground Storage Tank (UST) Compliance Sites.
The map is scale dependent. You will not see any sites until you zoom to the appropriate scale.
You can roll your scroll wheel on your mouse away from you, click the + button in the upper-left or hold down your shift key and click and drag a box on the map to zoom.
If you search by address, it will zoom to a scale that you can see the UST Sites.
Once the sites appear, click on the one that interest you. A popup will display information about the site.
The popup will also contain links to a Facility Report that is updated nightly and eFile. The eFile is realtime. eFile shows documents related to the site.
The Basemap Gallery button in the upper-left allows you to switch between several different basemaps like US Topos, streets, and aerial imagery.
You can display your location by clicking on the My Location button just beneath the Home button in the upper-left. There is a button for activating the Measurement Tool. You can use this tool to measure a wide varity of things,
This page is responsive. It will size to the device you are using.

UST Incident Sites
The UST Incidents map allows users to see all Incidents that have been identified in Alabama.
The map is scale dependent. You will not see any sites until you zoom to the appropriate scale.
You can roll your scroll wheel on your mouse away from you, click the + button in the upper-left or hold down your shift key and click and drag a box on the map to zoom.
If you search by address, it will zoom to a scale that you can see the Incident Sites.
Once the sites appear, click on the one that interest you. A popup will display information about the site.
The popup will also contain a link to eFile. The eFile is realtime. eFile shows documents related to the site.
The Basemap Gallery button in the upper-left allows you to switch between several different basemaps like US Topos, streets, and aerial imagery.
You can display your location by clicking on the My Location button just beneath the Home button in the upper-left. There is a button for activating the Measurement Tool. You can use this tool to measure a wide varity of things.
This page is responsive. It will size to the device you are using.

Coastal Beach Monitoring Map The map allows the user to click on the location symbol on the map. Then click the 'Click for results' in the pop-up to download the data for that location. The Summary Beach Data can be downloaded by clicking on the Summary beach data at the top of the page. For more information on the Coastal Beach Monitoring Program, click here.