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Way back in 1968, the city of Mountain View, Calif., set aside a 500-acre site for the dumping of garbage from San Francisco. After closing 13 years later, the dump was gradually turned into park land, incorporating a lake and a golf course. But the garbage didn’t go away, and build-up of methane gas had to be burned off regularly. Until now, that is.

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