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Database of Site-of-National-Interest Reclamation

Database of Site-of-National-Interest Reclamation

Use Case

Sustainable development for the future of the economy and the Planet

Almaviva supports the Ministry of Ecological Transition (MiTE) in implementing the “Mettiamoci in RIGA - Integrated Strengthening of Environmental Governance” project, in line with Europe’s 2020 strategy for smart, sustainable, and inclusive growth and with the content defined in the 2014-2020 PON - Institutional Governance and Capability.

Almaviva strengthens its commitment to support public administration, encouraging the digitalization of administrative procedures and the regularization of sites undergoing reclamation, with the objective of improving quality and effectiveness in the implementation of environmental policies at the regional level through:

the strengthening of multilevel governance

the dissemination of practices and tools that ensure better management of decision-making processes


Almaviva has implemented the “Database of SIN Reclamation” project which oversees the reclamation of sites of national interest and is useful for transparent and up-to-date monitoring as well as the management of the processes themselves through the collection, verification, and systematization of technical, administrative, and economic information.

The integration of the SIN Reclamation Database with other of the MiTE databases and applications is guaranteed by 3 web applications, created with the objective of enhancing:

Residents’ ability to take advantage of the integrated consulting function with regard to SIN-related information layers in a graphic and georeferenced environment


to query the database, retrieve associated documents, and make use of the data provided by the national GeoPortal in a single environment, as well as perform spatial measurements

Functions related to cartographic and aerial photographic directories of SINs currently in the Smartsin system


to make the data in the land and building registry available for administrative activities related to the management of reclamation initiatives in SIN areas

Functions that check and verify the accuracy of the protocol information entered by instructors for effectively communicating land reclamation practices


to provide instructors with additional tools to work with and check information related to SINs

Contact the Ecological Transition team