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Ameri-Kart gains EPA approval for fuel system

Ameri-Kart, a rotational molder of plastic fuel tanks and fuel system components for the marine industry, received a certificate of conformity from the Environmental Protection Agency for its new Enviro-Fill pressure relief diurnal fuel system.

“Both innovation and focusing on our customer’s needs remain at the forefront of Ameri-Kart’s way of doing business,” Ameri-Kart president Eric Gottuso said in a statement. “This EPA approval further enhances the dedication to putting our customers first.”

The more compact Enviro-Fill pressure relief diurnal overfill prevention system will help boatbuilders that have a limited amount of space in their boat design to mount a carbon canister or want to eliminate the carbon canister to lower their diurnal system costs, the company said.

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