Companies gain EPA systems approval

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Ameri-Kart and Attwood Marine recently announced that they received a certificate of conformity from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Ameri-Kart, a leading rotational molder of plastic fuel tanks and components for the marine industry, received the certificate for its new low-permeation fuel tanks.

"Ameri-Kart's business strategy is highly focused on innovation and we have committed resources in the marine industry to consistently produce quality fuel tanks and systems," president Eric Gottuso said in a statement. "We are dedicated to providing solutions that meet the needs of boat manufacturers for total quality and efficiency, as well as governmental regulations and environmental responsibility."

"Ameri-Kart is the industry's only turnkey provider with an integrated, EPA-compliant fuel tank and OPS system," he added.

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Attwood Marine received its certificate for carbon canisters for use in trailerable and non-trailerable vessels. Additionally, the Attwood carbon canister diurnal and refueling emission control system has completed all development and validation testing and has been released for sale, the company said.

"Attwood designed its systems to work under the most challenging conditions, with built-in redundancy to ensure customer safety," president Chris Drees said in a statement. "The systems were also designed with engine performance in mind; ensuring consumers have a trouble-free experience on the water."

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