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Keen for Green Quick Hits- Bio Fuel Regulation ,Conneticut Green & Green Schools

Welcome to the inagural edition of the Keen for Green Quick Hits, a new regular feature providing links to articles across the internet.  Read the articles below and comment.  We would love to hear what you think.

New biofuel rules expected to hamper fledgling green industry: By a 3-1 vote, the California State Water Resources Control Board said that gas stations, fleet yards and others who distribute the increasingly popular "green" fuel can only store biodiesel blends of up to 20 percent in underground tanks, even if the tanks are double-walled. This could limit the possible adoption of this new technology.

Connecticut considers 'green cleaning' in schools: A coalition of health advocacy groups is asking lawmakers to join New York in requiring all public schools in the state to use environmentally friendly cleaning products. A bill awaiting action in the Connecticut House of Representatives would bar school districts from using products that contain various toxic substances.

Lawrence Offering 'Green' Burials: Lawrence has become the first city in the nation to offer "green" burials in one of its municipal cemeteries.  A section of the city's Oak Hill Cemetery has been set aside for such burials, which forbids the embalming of the deceased, and requires the body to be buried in a biodegradable container.