The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection has introduced two new state of the art environmental protection devices that provide a variety of benefits to the public.
The first is a new smart phone app called Smart Water, which allows users to monitor and report pollution from sources such as power plants, refineries and other industrial processes.
The app provides information about how the pollution has affected the environment and encourages people to make a proactive plan to minimize their impact.
The second is the EPA’s new Smart Home Sensor, which connects devices to an EPA-approved data-monitoring system and automatically alerts people when their home is in danger.
The sensor measures the temperature and humidity in the home and alerts the user if they are in danger of overheating.
In addition, the EPA has also introduced a new Smart Power Control system that can be used to control electric power from a variety on- and off-site sources.
The EPA says the Smart HomeSensor is ideal for those who want to manage their power use in a safer and more environmentally-friendly manner.