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Trying to make the blacktop greener

States working to curb pollution from road runoff

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / June 14, 2008

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Every time it rains, a soup of chemicals washes off roadways: Brake fluid, oil, salt, antifreeze, and heavy metals from tens of thousands of cars pour off the asphalt and, often, into rivers and streams. (Full article: 1017 words)

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