North Carolina proposes ethanol labels

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Three North Carolina lawmakers introduced a bill in the General Assembly that requires the Gasoline and Oil Inspection Board to adopt rules to require labels for all dispensing pumps and other dispensing devices that offer ethanol-blended gasoline for retail sale in the state, the National Marine Manufacturers Association reported.

Although pump labeling is one step in preventing misfueling, the NMMA remains concerned that there are no additional significant controls to protect boaters from incompatible fuels, the association said.

For information, contact David Dickerson at (202) 737-9761 or ddickerson@nmma.org.

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One comment on “North Carolina proposes ethanol labels

  1. bigmanfender

    Why would you want to sell E15, if it messes peoples vehicles up?
    Alot of people can’t afford to pay for repairs that the Government is responsible for. If any state allows the sale of E15,they don’t care for other peoples property,very disrespectful from our big Government.We dont like the oil spills,now this?

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