Home builders and verifier partners in the field at new home construction sites have easy access to the tools and resources of EPA’s Indoor airPLUS program. Builders and Raters can use the app to review the Indoor airPLUS Construction Specifications and complete and email the Verification Checklist from the field. Homeowners can use the app […]
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 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 […]
Provides insight into what your lungs are collecting anywhere in the United States.
How’s My Waterway is a mobile-friendly website that helps people quickly find information, in plain-English, about the condition of their local waters on their smart phone, tablet, or desktop computer. Screen shots: Previous Slide Next slide Search using your location or by zipcode or address. Discover waterbodies in your area using the map view or […]
This data access tool and data layers represent the best information currently available, and by making these data layers viewable and downloadable through this data access tool.
OzoneMap provides a real-time ozone map that allows residents of the Houston, Texas region to make informed decisions about protecting their health by limiting personal exposure to unhealthy levels of ground level ozone.
Forecast Now uses any user-entered town and state to provide you with the latest detailed local forecast, hazardous weather conditions, air quality index, radar images and satellite photo, direct from the US National Weather Service and the EPA.
A public website that promotes improved accountability, fosters coordination, and promotes transparency by sharing performance information on goals, indicators, strategies, and funding.
Augmented reality layer that displays the EPA database of Toxic Release Inventory (2009) from thousands of US facilities, by toxic chemical, by pound and by source.