Cleaning up the dirty world of diesel-fueled school buses

03/9/2004 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Around the nation, school districts are slowly replacing diesel-burning school buses, with their highly toxic exhaust, with cleaner, more efficient models. National Resources Defense Council official Rich Kassel worries, however, that inside the older buses that will stay in use for many years, kids continue to breathe soot-laden air.

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