EPA's A Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture and Your Home
This guide, published by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), will provide valuable information such as the causes of mold, the health hazards it poses, and how to rid your home of it permanently.
EPA's An Introduction to Indoor Air Quality
Here the EPA will report on the various sources and affects of indoor air pollutants and how to use your indoor ventilation systems to prevent these pollutants in your home.
EPA's Guide to Clean Energy
At this site the EPA outlines how utilizing clean energy in your home affects not only your environmental impact, but also your wallet. In addition they provide several state and local programs that save energy and improve air quality as well as a few clean energy programs that promote clean technologies.
This link to the Energy Star website will provide all information on Energy Star rated products that will save energy in your home or office as well as make a positive environmental impact. This page also includes links to cost-effective benefits such as tax credits for energy efficiency and the Energy Star appliance rebate program.
U.S. Department of Energy- News Room
Here you will find recent news updates from the U.S. Department of Energy such as the benefits of using Smart Grid electrical meters, and the increased initiative from Washington D.C. to boost the research and development of Carbon Capture and Storage.
This is the home page for the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. Here you will find current events, publications, and news reports in the environmental field as they relate to the economy, as well as consumer resources such as energy efficiency incentives.
The Tax Incentives Assistance Program (TIAP)
Here the TIAP provides information on the various federal income tax incentives for the use of energy efficient products and technologies. This also includes the latest tax incentives updates as well as any IRS forms necessary to take advantage of the incentives.
EPA's Guide to Protecting Your Household from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Carbon Monoxide can be deadly, but it is preventable. Follow the EPA's prevention tips and learn how to detect if Carbon Monoxide is in your home.