Sydney fueling station ends B100 sales after failing air quality tests

July 27, 2017 |

In Australia, Sydney’s go-to filling station for B100 has stopped selling the fuel after it failed to meet maximum sulfur levels. The station will continue to supply B5 and B20 blends that met set fuel standards following a January inspection by the federal Environmental Department. The country’s main biodiesel producer proved that it did not supply the fuel that failed the tests nor was the distributor contacted by the media responding to requests regarding its source, though some speculated it was imported.

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