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Equipment Manufacturers Introduce Products to Modify Fuel Dispensers
July 30, 2012
Following the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's approval of E-15 for commercial sale, several fuel dispensing equipment manufacturers have introduced new products for retailers to modify existing fuel dispensers to accommodate higher ethanol blends.
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