API Says EPA Ethanol Regulations Pose Serious Safety and Environmental Problems for Consumers

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues to move forward with its decision to approve the use of 15 percent ethanol in gasoline (E-15), but a new analysis of EPA's regulations shows that an estimated half of all gasoline station equipment is not compatible with E-15, which could result in serious safety and environmental problems for consumers.


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