15 Nevada districts to get green school buses

May 19, 2009
EPA grant will provide 17 buses that emit significantly less pollution

From The Nevada Appeal: Fifteen Nevada school districts will get new, environmentally friendly school buses. The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection has received a $1.73 million grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to pay for those bus replacements. The money will replace 17 school buses with new diesel buses. Officials say the new models produce significantly lower diesel admissions.

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