Environmental Due Diligence Data

Published: 28 July 2022| Version 4 | DOI: 10.17632/tx6vmd4g9p.4
Afreen Aman, Deepak Reji


Environmental due diligence data consists of data evaluating environmental conditions and preparing remedial plans in accordance with the guidelines by regulatory bodies to help in determining the impact on the environment due to contamination. The EPA dataset has 12 categories: Contaminants, Contaminated media, Depth to Water, Extent of contamination, Geology, Groundwater-Surfacewater interaction, GW Velocity, Remediation Activities, Remediation Goals, Remediation Standards, Source of contamination, Not Relevant. All of these categories are also present in the Augmented dataset, with the exception of the Not Relevant category. The Dataset consists of 1576 sentences totally. How to use it? 1. Unzip the compressed files 2. There are two datasets: Environmental Due Diligence Data [EPA], Environmental Due Diligence Data [Augmented] 3. Each dataset contains data corresponding to the EDD categories



Artificial Intelligence, Environmental Science, Environmental Analysis, Natural Language Processing, Bidirectional Encoder Representations From Transformers