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This page contains links to Federally-sponsored and non-profit mobile applications that may be of interest to the Federal environmental community. Mobile applications are those tools and information resources that have been specifically developed for your mobile devices, such as smartphone, tablet, or other Internet-connected hand-held device.

If you have a mobile app that you think might be of interest to the Federal community and would like to share it with us, please email your idea to fedcentermgr@fedcenter.gov.


Please select from the categories above or scroll through the lists of mobile applications below.


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Acquisition
Find alternative fueling stations near an address or ZIP code or along a route in the United States. Enter a state to see a station count. Fuels addressed include: biodiesel, compressed natural gas, electric, ethanol, hydrogen, liquified natural gas, and liquified petroleum gas.
Find special offers or rebates based on your location and the desired ENERGY STAR product desired.
SFTool serves as a one stop website to meet all sustainability planning, designing, and procurement needs. The Office of Governmentwide Policy recently redesigned SFTool.gov to include Responsive Design, a new web design approach providing an optimal viewing experience of web content from any device -- smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktops. Responsive Design streamlines SFTool navigation menus and content eliminating the costs of separate mobile app development. Easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling will improve access to the cost saving strategies for green building and purchasing included in the tool.
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Air Emissions
Ozone and Particulate Matter measurements from 2009-2011 from AirNow.
The AIRNow mobile application provides you real-time air quality information that you can use to protect your health when planning your day. You can get location-specific reports on current air quality and air quality forecasts for both ozone and fine particle pollution (PM2.5). Air quality maps from the AIRNow website provide visual depictions of current and forecast air quality nationwide, and a page on air quality-related health effects explains what actions people can take to protect their health at different AQI levels, such as "code orange."
AirStatus is a notification network for individuals who want air quality updates for their local community. It's aimed at anyone with asthma, allergies, or other lung diseases as well as healthy adults who maintain an active outdoor lifestyle.
A single point of access to select U.S. EPA environmental data. EnviroScape is an iOS based application to be available on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. This application provides access to several EPA datasets to provide you with information about environmental activities that may affect air, water, and land.
This application is based on the public data set of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency(EPA). It will first identify your locality in map. After you click MENU button, you can switch to the type list of EPA facilities (air, water, waste, land, toxics and radiation ). You can click the type item in your interest. After several seconds, it will give you an list of corresponding facilities in your city. Clicking any facility item will show you EPA's report of that facility and their distance from you. If you click MENU button again, you will switch back to initial map view and get a general picture of those facilities' locations.
EPA's online data publication tool, called Facility Level Information on GreenHouse gases Tool (FLIGHT), allows users to review information quickly and easily by filtering GHG data in a variety of ways including by facility, industry, location, or gas.
Obtain information on greenhouse gas emissions, annual petroleum use, and the EPA Smog Score for particular vehicle model years, makes, models, and engines. New and used vehicles are included.
This app allows you to quantify your effect on the environment whilst at work, home and while travelling.
This app gives you up-to-date information about the levels of air pollution in your local area. You can get real-time data about electromagnetic pollution, air pollution, water pollution and pollution and emissions to soil.
Power and Emissions Thematic Mapper is a new and stimulating way to explore emissions and power data through thematic maps. The data is from eGRID 2010 and includes years 2004, 2005, and 2007.
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Users can gather general information about proximity to environmental hazards or exposures. Includes EPA TRI data.
WISER is a system designed to assist emergency responders in hazardous material incidents. WISER provides a wide range of information on hazardous substances, including substance identification support, physical characteristics, human health information, and containment and suppression advice.
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Climate Change/Greenhouse Gases
This app is designed to give you a rough idea of the CO2 emissions caused by some of your key daily business activities – travel, electricity usage and waste – and their associated environmental impact.
View stunning visualizations of climate change data from NASA's Earth satellites on a 3-D model of Earth that can be rotated and manipulated for an all-encompassing view of our world's vital stats. Choose from extensive visual datamaps including sea level, ozone, carbon dioxide and water vapor to monitor and study climate patterns across the planet.
EPA's online data publication tool, called Facility Level Information on GreenHouse gases Tool (FLIGHT), allows users to review information quickly and easily by filtering GHG data in a variety of ways including by facility, industry, location, or gas.
Obtain information on greenhouse gas emissions, annual petroleum use, and the EPA Smog Score for particular vehicle model years, makes, models, and engines. New and used vehicles are included.
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Compliance/Enforcement
The complete text of Title 40 CFR, Protection of Environment, on your iPhone or iPad. It has been optimized for lightning fast browsing and search.
Browse the EPA Newsroom, learn about your environment, check out Greenversations (the EPA blog), contact the Environmental Protection Agency, and much more - all from your mobile device.
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Drinking Water
This app connects people and their utilities on the mobile devices they use everyday. Their mobile and web applications help water utilities and their customers save water, save money and save time. Not every county in the U.S. is connected in Dropcountr at this time.
The goal of H20safe is to inform citizens of water contamination in their area and act on it by contacting their representatives. H2Osafe has compiled this contamination incident information for each public water system in every county and have ranked counties in their state. Ranking is based on any violation that has happened since 2012.
H2O Tracker is a water conservation game that helps you estimate water use in and around your house so you can conserve, save money and earn points toward prizes! Track your water use and score! Want to know the dos and don'ts during a drought? H2O Tracker will help you know exactly what restrictions are in place for each drought stage. It will also help you learn about snowpack and reservoir levels and why they are critical to our drinking supply.
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This calculator is designed to instantly give you an estimated annual cost savings based on the average kilowatts per hour your state charges.
The Energy Justice Network is mapping all of the existing, proposed, closed and defeated dirty energy and waste facilities in the United States. Our information includes coal, biomass, nuclear, oil, gas, renewables, trash incinerators, and other facilities.
Find special offers or rebates based on your location and the desired ENERGY STAR product desired.
This app will help you not only track your energy and water use, but will also analyze it and help you make changes to reduce your consumption, lower your carbon footprint, and keep more of your hard-earned dollars in your wallet.
The Light Bulb Finder app makes it easy to switch from standard to energy-efficient lighting at home. Get instant bulb recommendations, and view financial payback and environmental impact information. Buy energy-saving light bulbs directly from your mobile device or at local retailers.
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High Performance Buildings
This app is primarily for the home builder and verifier partner in the field at new home construction sites. Users will see EPA's Indoor airPLUS Construction Specifications and enter and complete the Verification Checklist via their mobile device
This app provides you with a "one-stop shop" for accessing guidance from EPA's IAQ Tools for Schools Action Kit with proven strategies for specifically addressing important issues such as ventilation, cleaning and maintenance, environmental asthma triggers, radon, and integrated pest management. Whether you are developing, sustaining or reinvigorating your IAQ management program, this tool will help you identify and prioritize IAQ improvements district-wide.
This GSA app delivers valuable sustainable building and workplace design guidance from its Sustainable Facilities Tool.
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Hazardous Materials
This application is based on the public data set of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency(EPA). It will first identify your locality in map. After you click MENU button, you can switch to the type list of EPA facilities (air, water, waste, land, toxics and radiation ). You can click the type item in your interest. After several seconds, it will give you an list of corresponding facilities in your city. Clicking any facility item will show you EPA's report of that facility and their distance from you. If you click MENU button again, you will switch back to initial map view and get a general picture of those facilities' locations.
GreenSpace Map gives users the ability to easily determine their location's proximity to six general classes of EPA reporting sites including: Brownfield Sites Superfund Sites TRIS (Toxic Release Inventory System) NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) Large Quantity Generator Sites Other Sites.
This app incorporates a variety of resources and web-based content focusing on the safe use and handling of hydrogen for those involved in designing, approving, or using hydrogen fuel cell systems and facilities. Primarily geared towards hydrogen installation developers and permitting officials, the app includes information on the safe ventilation of hydrogen, safe distances and pressures for storing hydrogen, and best practices and lessons learned on handling hydrogen. Hydrogen Tools is available for the iPhone and iPad at no cost from the Apple App Store.
Designed to help the general public find information about all of the EPA-registered products to repel mosquitoes, ticks, or both.
Designed for the general public and applicators who need to access pesticide labels on mobile devices, this app complements EPA's computer-based Pesticide Product Label System. Users can search for pesticide products by name, use site, type of pest, EPA Registration Number, registrant, or by using a combination of these search terms.
An EPA website that displays nearby facilities regulated under federal environmental laws.
Designed for the general public as they search for pest control solutions, this app brings together product search functions and new pest control information in an easy-to-understand format. Users can find ways to control pests without pesticides using a strategy called integrated pest management (IPM). They can also view product formulations, ingredients, signal words, and pests controlled.
Designed for one-click dialing! Users can find contact information on pest control, reporting pesticide incidents, applicator licensing, pesticide disposal, and much more.
Augmented reality layer (iPhone App) that displays the EPA database of Toxic Release Inventory (2009) from thousands of US facilities, by toxic chemical, by pound and by source.
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Hazardous Waste
This application is based on the public data set of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency(EPA). It will first identify your locality in map. After you click MENU button, you can switch to the type list of EPA facilities (air, water, waste, land, toxics and radiation ). You can click the type item in your interest. After several seconds, it will give you an list of corresponding facilities in your city. Clicking any facility item will show you EPA's report of that facility and their distance from you. If you click MENU button again, you will switch back to initial map view and get a general picture of those facilities' locations.
GreenSpace Map gives users the ability to easily determine their location's proximity to six general classes of EPA reporting sites including: Brownfield Sites Superfund Sites TRIS (Toxic Release Inventory System) NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) Large Quantity Generator Sites Other Sites.
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Natural Resources
Identify mammals of North America with quality photos, in-depth descriptions, mammal sounds, sketches of scat and tracks, range maps and more. Advanced search functions in this essential guide allow you to search mammals by shape, color, habitat, region or size.
In-depth descriptions of over 720 butterflies and 760 birds found in North America. Over 6,000 color photographs detailing each species. A detailed reference section, which includes searching many parts of a butterfly. A library of over 2,300 bird songs and calls. With new search features, now you can identify birds by wing shape, locomotion, song type, song pattern, and likelihood by month, within state and province.
Includes 771 species and contains the most complete species descriptions updated to the latest AOU checklist, with extensive details on behavior, habitat, life history, nesting times, number of eggs, nest location, bird family info, similar species, find a bird by shape, and family.
Identify 716 North American trees. Whether on the trail or in your backyard this app will help you ID leaves, bark, cones, needles, fruits, flowers, and more. Get up-to-date and authroitative species information, brilliant color photos, detailed rangemaps, habitat information on hundreds of cedars, maples, oaks, pines and others.
Creek Watch enables you to help monitor your watershed. We aggregate reports and share them with water control boards to help them track pollution, manage water resources, and plan environmental programs.
This app will enhance accurate and timely reporting of stranded marine mammals in the Southeastern U.S.
This app invites you to visit and learn about our planet's terrestrial landscapes, oceans and seas, frozen ice caps, atmosphere and clouds, geologic terrains, topography, nautical charts, natural hazards, human impacts, and many other earth and environmental science topics as you travel and explore with your finger.
This is a national web-based mapping system for documenting invasive species distribituion. Does not require GIS experience.
A single point of access to select U.S. EPA environmental data. EnviroScape is an iOS based application to be available on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. This application provides access to several EPA datasets to provide you with information about environmental activities that may affect air, water, and land.
Weed identification of broadleaf weeds of North America (48 states and Canada), an interactive guide to plant identification provided by XID Services, Inc. This plant identification app is for gardeners, landscapers, farmers, botanists, horticulturists, nature-lovers, hikers, ranchers, homeowners - for anyone who has ever wondered, "what is that weed?"
This mobile app allows you to use the power of your smart phone to help discover non-native invasive species early in their infestations. The network covers the states of Ohio, New York, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota and Pennsylvania.
Learn the condition of local stream, lakes, and other water anywhere in the U.S. See if your local waterway was checked for pollution, what was found, and what is being done.
This is an USGS Web application where you can view aerial photographs and help classify them. USGS is looking for online volunteers to classify photos taken before and after Hurricane Sandy, and particularly targeting people with different kinds of coastal expertise, disaster skills, and volunteer interests.
Designed to help the general public find information about all of the EPA-registered products to repel mosquitoes, ticks, or both.
This mobile app allows IPANE to become mobile and allow IPANE users to report sightings of invasive plants directly in the field to create a comprehensive web-accessible database of invasive and potentially invasive plants in New England.
This mobile app is based on the U.S. Forest Service publication "A Field Guide for the Identification of Invasive Plants in Southern Forests (2010)." This app provides information on accurate identification of the 56 nonnative plants and groups that are currently invading the forests of the 13 Southern States.
This mobile app is used to identify and Report Invasive Animals and Plants in Florida. IveGot1 is an integrated invasive species reporting and outreach campaign for Florida that includes the app, a website with direct access to invasive species reporting and a hotline 1-888-IVEGOT1 for instant reports of live animals.
Leafsnap is the first in a series of electronic field guides being developed by researchers from Columbia University, the University of Maryland, and the Smithsonian Institution. This free mobile app uses visual recognition software to help identify tree species from photographs of their leaves.
The Marine Beach Sanitary Survey App is based on the routine marine beach sanitary survey form. This survey provides managers of marine beaches with a technically sound and consistent approach to identify pollution sources and share information. To use the app to complete the routine marine sanitary survey form, EPA provides two options for viewing the survey with your tablets.
Enables users to both provide data on debris in local waterways and coastlines and see data entered by others.
This app is used to document invasive plant occurrences in the mid-Atlantic region for the purposes of early detection, improved management and better coordination. The current focus is on invasive plants, but additional invasive insects and diseases have been included in this app. The region includes Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia.
This app provides a means of reporting new sightings of select invasive species. MRWC-EDDMapS focuses on species that are new or potential new invaders to the seven Coalition states (Colorado, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Kansas), as well as five other western states (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, and Utah).
Designed for the general public and applicators who need to access pesticide labels on mobile devices, this app complements EPA's computer-based Pesticide Product Label System. Users can search for pesticide products by name, use site, type of pest, EPA Registration Number, registrant, or by using a combination of these search terms.
Designed for the general public and applicators who need to access pesticide labels on mobile devices, this app complements EPA's computer-based Pesticide Product Label System. Users can search for pesticide products by name, use site, type of pest, EPA Registration Number, registrant, or by using a combination of these search terms.
Learn all about North American fungi in Audubon Mushrooms. Our mobile app highlights each species with stunning photography and extensive descriptions. Identify mushrooms and fungi using the advanced search function, with fields including shape, cap shape, cap texture, color, gill stalk attachment, habitat, month, region, size, spore bearing surface, stalk cap attachment and stalk shape.
Identify Trees by a series of 15 questions and answers or by structure View over 1500 full color digital images of each trees leaf/needle, bark, fruit or profile. Browse all species by Genus. View range maps for each tree. Consult scientific drawings for comparison of a trees leaf/needle. Full in depth descriptions of leaf/needle measurements, shapes, fruit and bark.
Insect repellents can help reduce your risk of getting a disease caused by mosquitoes or ticks. Repellents can be used when you are planning to be outdoors, whether you are within the United States or traveling in another country. This mobile website to allows you find protection times for various mosquito and tick repellents.
Maps and information on bird watching, trails, and historic sites in National Wildlife Refuges
This mobile app provides a guide to help you find nature nearby with thousands of nature places and events.
NOAA has developed an app for the iPhone and iPad which helps to reduce collisions between ships and the endangered right whales. By providing existing NOAA data and information in one easy to access location displayed on NOAA nautical charts, in addition real time GPS position tracking, vessel operators are more easily able to avoid collision with whales.
This app helps you discover the places where you can experience the Bay region's beauty, history, and heritage firsthand. Find and visit places by activity, trail name, or type of site.
Through this app, users can purchase and download professionally created Forest Service maps that are stored on their devices. They can use the maps based on their location when GPS is available. The maps also will allow users to measure distance and area, find coordinates, open a current view in Google maps, plot place marks, add notes, enter their own data and add photos as attributes. Almost 700 Forest Service maps are available through the app. The app works on iPhones (3GS or newer) and iPads with WiFi+3G. It also works with Android 4 or newer operating systems on devices with at least 1 gigabyte of memory.
Designed for the general public as they search for pest control solutions, this app brings together product search functions and new pest control information in an easy-to-understand format. Users can find ways to control pests without pesticides using a strategy called integrated pest management (IPM). They can also view product formulations, ingredients, signal words, and pests controlled.
Designed for one-click dialing! Users can find contact information on pest control, reporting pesticide incidents, applicator licensing, pesticide disposal, and much more.
Sponsored by the National Marine Fisheries Service, this app enables fishermen to easily report live releases of shortfin mako sharks while still on the water.
This appp allows anyone to post and view photos of rivers and comment on them using social media, all shown on a map of rivers around the country.
This app provides an extensive electronic species ID guide complete with information on biology, habitat (including maps), conservation, as well as guidelines for viewing marine mammals in the wild. The app includes illustrations and photos for over 40 marine mammal species found in the Southeast U.S.
Powered by AllTrails.com and building on the legacy of the Sierra Club's founder, John Muir, Trail Explorer provides an easy way to explore and enjoy the wilderness in your own backyard and across the country.
This mobile app provides GPS based, real-time access to USDA-NRCS soil survey data, formatted for mobile devices. This application retrieves graphical summaries of soil types associated with the user's current geographic location. Images are linked to detailed information on the named soils. The app is available for iPhone and Android users, and Google Maps and Google Earth also interface with this application.
This app is used to report sightings of invasive plants and other invasive pests in the Southeastern U.S., to better assess the extent of infestations and hopefully eradicate new infestations before they become huge problems (such as kudzu).
A guide to the most common North American and European trees on your iPhone and iPad.
Virginia Tech Tree Identification brings the award winning Virginia Tech digital dendrology material to your iPhone or Android smart phone. It contains fact sheets for 969 woody plants from all over North America with an in depth description, range map and thousands of color images of leaves, flowers, fruit, twigs, bark and form. Users can narrow the species list for any location in North America using the phone's GPS, network signal or any entered address or zip code. The list can be further filtered by keyword or tree attribute.
This Arbor Day app provides a step-by-step approach to identify more than 250 trees in the U.S. and Canada.
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Reference card for chemical solvents, with data regarding their "greenness": safety, health and environmental effects.
EPA developed the National Stormwater Calculator (SWC) to help support local, state, and national stormwater management objectives and regulatory efforts to reduce runoff through infiltration and retention using green infrastructure practices as low impact development controls. It is designed to be used by anyone interested in reducing runoff from a property, including site developers, landscape architects, urban planners, and homeowners. It can be used for any location within the United States, including Puerto Rico.
This free UCONN mobile app is designed to help you properly install a rain garden at your home, office, or job site. Through video tutorials, diagrams, text, and tools, the App guides you through determining the size and placement of your garden, selecting plants, digging and planting your garden, and maintaining your garden. It also includes tools for determining your soil type, measuring the size of the area that will drain to your garden, and managing multiple rain garden projects.
WeRecycle supports the US EPA's Recycling on the Go Initiative and allows you to: 1.Find the nearest trash can or recycle bin 2.Log or map trash cans or recycling bins for your community to use 3. Map temporary trash cans and recycle bins for large events (e.g., concerts, meetings, sporting events) 4. Express a need for a trash can or bin at a particular location.
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Solid Waste
This mobile app helps you find recycling locations near you. Find address and contact information, get directions, and make your own personalized list so that recycling is a breeze.
This app gives you all the tools you'll need to keep track of all the aluminum cans you've recycled, and tells you how much money you may earn by taking them to your nearest recycling center.
This tool helps you understand the energy saved by recycling small quantities of common household products, rather than landfilling them.
This app is an easy and accessible way to get people plugged into local recycling opportunities. iRecycle provides access to more than 1.5 million ways to recycle plus the latest in green news and ideas to match your lifestyle.
This app allows you to locate and report illegal dumps in your neighborhood, your city or anywhere else in the world.
WeRecycle supports the US EPA's Recycling on the Go Initiative and allows you to: 1.Find the nearest trash can or recycle bin 2.Log or map trash cans or recycling bins for your community to use 3. Map temporary trash cans and recycle bins for large events (e.g., concerts, meetings, sporting events) 4. Express a need for a trash can or bin at a particular location.
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Sustainability
This mobile app helps you find recycling locations near you. Find address and contact information, get directions, and make your own personalized list so that recycling is a breeze.
Carbon 3R' app aims to provide practical, politics-free, simple steps for living a more sustainable lifestyle. Get plugged into how you can make a big difference and reduce your carbon footprint. Click through the sustainability tips list and read about the green action plan.
This app connects people and their utilities on the mobile devices they use everyday. Their mobile and web applications help water utilities and their customers save water, save money and save time. Not every county in the U.S. is connected in Dropcountr at this time.
Download the U.S. Census Bureau's dwellr app today to discover the top 25 U.S. cities and towns that best fit your lifestyle. Whether you prefer the bright lights of the big city or wide open spaces, dwellr powers your phone with neighborhood-level statistics on topics such as home values, education, and how people get to work so that you can explore where you want to dwell.
A single point of access to select U.S. EPA environmental data. EnviroScape is an iOS based application to be available on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. This application provides access to several EPA datasets to provide you with information about environmental activities that may affect air, water, and land.
H2O Tracker is a water conservation game that helps you estimate water use in and around your house so you can conserve, save money and earn points toward prizes! Track your water use and score! Want to know the dos and don'ts during a drought? H2O Tracker will help you know exactly what restrictions are in place for each drought stage. It will also help you learn about snowpack and reservoir levels and why they are critical to our drinking supply.
This tool helps you understand the energy saved by recycling small quantities of common household products, rather than landfilling them.
This app is an easy and accessible way to get people plugged into local recycling opportunities. iRecycle provides access to more than 1.5 million ways to recycle plus the latest in green news and ideas to match your lifestyle.
This app is a gateway to a cross-section of environmental data for any geographical location in the U.S. Information available includes: •MyAir: How clean or polluted your air is, and what associated health effects might be a concern for you. •MyWater: Provides status information on the condition of local surface waters. •MyLand: What area location are on the EPA's National Priorities List (NPL), the list of national priorities among the known releases or threatened releases of hazardous substances, pollutants, or contaminants throughout the United States and its territories. •MyReports: The latest environmental reports for your state or county. •MyMaps: Maps of EPA and partner data specific to your area of interest. Information on air, water, land, community, health and energy can be visualized on map, downloaded and printed. •MyEnergy: Learn how to conserve energy as well as local sources of green energy. •MyCommunity: Learn about what's happening that's good for the environment in your area.
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Transportation
Find alternative fueling stations near an address or ZIP code or along a route in the United States. Enter a state to see a station count. Fuels addressed include: biodiesel, compressed natural gas, electric, ethanol, hydrogen, liquified natural gas, and liquified petroleum gas.
Save money on gas while helping the environment by carticipating with friends, family, groups, or co-workers. Coordinate driving plans, carpool, or a ride share by indicating where you are going, when, and post your ride. We will match you to local carticipants going your way.
With the ChargePoint App, EV drivers can navigate, access, and charge at any electric vehicle charging station.
Obtain information on greenhouse gas emissions, annual petroleum use, and the EPA Smog Score for particular vehicle model years, makes, models, and engines. New and used vehicles are included.
This mobile app helps you to calculate gas mileage (MPG), annual fuel costs, annual petroleum use, and the carbon footprint information for your car or truck.
Obtain bike-friendly directions taking into account traffic, hills, and off-street bike paths.
Locate truck stops with electrification sites.
This is a free application for iOS, Android, and web that allows users to find charging stations and connect with other plug-in vehicle owners.
Choose a vehicle to compare fuel cost and emissions with a conventional vehicle.
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This application is based on the public data set of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency(EPA). It will first identify your locality in map. After you click MENU button, you can switch to the type list of EPA facilities (air, water, waste, land, toxics and radiation ). You can click the type item in your interest. After several seconds, it will give you an list of corresponding facilities in your city. Clicking any facility item will show you EPA's report of that facility and their distance from you. If you click MENU button again, you will switch back to initial map view and get a general picture of those facilities' locations.
GreenSpace Map gives users the ability to easily determine their location's proximity to six general classes of EPA reporting sites including: Brownfield Sites Superfund Sites TRIS (Toxic Release Inventory System) NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) Large Quantity Generator Sites Other Sites.
This app gives you up-to-date information about the levels of air pollution in your local area. You can get real-time data about electromagnetic pollution, air pollution, water pollution and pollution and emissions to soil.
This free UCONN mobile app is designed to help you properly install a rain garden at your home, office, or job site. Through video tutorials, diagrams, text, and tools, the App guides you through determining the size and placement of your garden, selecting plants, digging and planting your garden, and maintaining your garden. It also includes tools for determining your soil type, measuring the size of the area that will drain to your garden, and managing multiple rain garden projects.
This app calculates NPDES effluent limitations according to the method in the USEPA document entitled, "Technical Support Document For Water Quality-based Toxics Control." The app presents the USEPA Water Quality Criteria as a reference. There are three sections that calculate Whole Effluent Toxicity (WET) limits, Chemical specific limits, and values for use in a reasonable potential analysis.
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Last Updated: April 29, 2016