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    Pacific Northwest National Laboratory test project at Wallula succeeds. Scientists show the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide injected into basalt deep underground quickly turns to solid rock.

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory test project at Wallula succeeds. Scientists show the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide injected into basalt deep underground quickly turns to solid rock. Courtesy PNNL
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Wallula project shows world a way to lock away greenhouse gases

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