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Clean Air for Kids Revere 2011 The MassCleanDiesel ‘Clean Air for Kids’ school bus retrofit program has provided free diesel retrofits to 2,114 school buses Commonwealth over the past three years.  The program installs pollution control devices on older school buses and has promoted a healthy environment for 300 communities and nearly 310,000 students.

Students from the Paul Revere Innovation School in Revere, left, celebrated the successful completion of the program earlier this month.

The MassCleanDiesel ‘Clean Air for Kids’ school bus retrofit program showcases the strong collaboration between Energy and Environmental Affairs and MassDOT consistent with the Healthy Transportation Compact to seek healthy transportation options that support a cleaner environment and MassDOT’s ‘GreenDOT’ goals.  Learn more about MassCleanDiesel

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