'Green' BP Station Still Pumps Gas BP's Helios gas station in Los Angeles is the nation's first "green" gas station. It has low-flow toilets, solar panels and a floor made of recycled glass. Still, environmental critics argue you can't get away from its central role: selling gasoline.
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'Green' BP Station Still Pumps Gas

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'Green' BP Station Still Pumps Gas

'Green' BP Station Still Pumps Gas

'Green' BP Station Still Pumps Gas

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BP's Helios gas station in Los Angeles is the nation's first "green" gas station. It has low-flow toilets, solar panels and a floor made of recycled glass. Still, environmental critics argue you can't get away from its central role: selling gasoline.

Rob Schmitz of member station KQED reports.

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