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San Francisco releases Green iPhone App

June 29, 2009

San Francisco releases Green iPhone App

EcoFinder is the first iPhone application the city of San Francisco released. The application, created by Haku Wale and NexTive Solutions, helps the residents of the city locate where they should recycle and dispose of certain materials.

"The application is based on a city XML feed and uses location-based software to identify a resident's closest recycling facility," Government Technology reported.

EcoFinder is a part of the city's Government 2.0 philosophy.

"This follows the city's other green initiatives like the San Francisco Solar Map, which is a Web-based tool that assesses residents' homes to identify how many solar panels can fit on their roofs and how much power would be generated."

For further information, visit the Government Technology article.

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