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Smog-eating pavement on 'greenest street in America'

A wind and solar generating unit used to power streetlights and a bioswale used to divert storm water from overtaxed sewers picturedin front of a high school on Cermak Road in Chicago, Illinois which Chicago city officials have dubbed the greenest street The big rigs rattling past smokestacks sure don't make this Chicago roadway look like the greenest street in America. But their tires roll over smog-eating pavement, the streetlights run on solar and wind power, the sidewalks were made with recycled concrete, and shrub-filled "bioswales" keep storm water out of overtaxed sewers.