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MyRepellentFinder

MyRepellentFinder

Find repellent products that work against mosquitos, ticks, or both.

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My Right to Know (myRTK)

My Right to Know (myRTK)

An EPA website that displays nearby facilities regulated under federal environmental laws.

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Individual WAste Reduction Model

Individual WAste Reduction Model

Helps understand the energy saved by recycling small quantities of common household products, rather than having them wind up in the landfill.

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WeRecycle

WeRecycle

WeRecycle is a platform to facilitate communication about waste between citizens and their community. It consists of a community-built map of outdoor and event trash cans and recycle bins and a mobile app.

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Power and Emissions Thematic Mapper

Power and Emissions Thematic Mapper

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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AirStatus

AirStatus

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.

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