23 April 2009

Toxic maps

MapEcos has mashed-up the TRI pollution data with Google Maps to make a useful interactive pollution map that might be a bit more intuitive than some of the others out there.
H/t MapEcos through Lifehacker


Mike Meuser said...

The MapEcos site is done very well though it is based on 2005 data rather than the latest 2007 data released by EPA a month ago.

A Toxic Release Inventory google maps based website that uses the latest EPA data is www.toxicrisk.com.

It is very intuitive and fast and also includes links to a complete 20 year history of a facility's toxic chemical releases plus schools in the area. A balloon tells you how many schools are within 1 mile and 5 miles of the facility.

They say they'll be adding demographics and several other pollution databases soon.

www.toxicrisk.com is worth a look.

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