EPA signals that E15 Misfueling Mitigation Plan is workable

March 16, 2012 |

In Washington, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency indicated that the model Misfueling Mitigation Plan for E15 as submitted by the Renewable Fuels Association meets the requirements of EPA’s E15 waiver decision. In January 2011, EPA expanded upon its October 2010 decision and approved the use of E15 for light duty passenger vehicles Model Year 2001 and newer.

The next steps will include ensuring companies seeking to offer E15 are registered with EPA, they have submitted the Misfueling Mitigation plan, and are addressing lingering fuel regulatory requirements at the state level.  Some states, including Iowa, Illinois, and Kansas, are prepared to welcome E15 and drivers in those states will be among the first to see E15 at the pump.


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