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Suggest an existing green app

2012 November 30

We’ve found a lot of green apps that you can use now.  Please suggest an existing green app that we could add to the My Green Apps website. Please read this disclaimer about links to third-party apps so you can see the criteria we use to include apps on the site.

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  1. Ryan Janoch permalink
    March 10, 2015

    Mapistry for stormwater offers two tools for industrial stormwater permit compliance. The first is a stormwater site map builder with pre-loaded map layers and maps that match the permit and a built-in checklist that covers site map requirements. The second part is the SWPPP builder, which walks users step by step through a series of questions and pulls from their site map to create a site-specific SWPPP.

    Both are available at

  2. tracy bugh permalink
    August 20, 2014

    Hi, is a new recycling web app (optimized for tablets and phones too) that gives a comprehensive overview of a city’s curbside recycling program through an interactive guide. It also has local drop-off locations for HHW, handy recycling and re-use tips, and quiz about each local recycling program that’s surprisingly challenging! Thanks for your consideration.

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