St. Louis is getting a $1-Million grant to curtail air pollution from its school buses. The money from Archer-Daniels-Midland will pay for new catalysts on the diesel-powered school buses. More than 500 buses from ten area districts will get the devices. Federal environmental officials say the diesel exhaust from school buses are risky to students’ health.
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