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The Green Life: Daily Roundup: November 10, 2010

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November 10, 2010

Daily Roundup: November 10, 2010

Say It Ain't So, Joe: Government scientists determined that the carcinogenic sludge left in a northwestern Missouri field by St. Joseph's tannery for the past 30 years is totally fine. Kansas City Star

Zero Tolerance: After dropping greenhouse-gas pollution by 94%, sustainable carpet manufacturer Interface Global swears it will have zero environmental impact by the year 2020. Environmental Leader

Something Fishy: A power surge and some pump failure teamed up to kill 30,000 trout in a Rhode Island hatchery. NBC 10

Oil Treament: The new Chevy Volt will only need oil changes once every two years, thanks to the gas engine not turning on as often for careful drivers. TreeHugger

Out of Cite: More than 1,000 of 1,400 trucks carrying gas-drilling waste water across the Pennsylvania state line were in violation of safety laws, according to the EPA and state police. Bloomsberg BusinessWeek

--Justin Klugh

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