EPA OUTLINES REFORMULATED GASOLINE REGS.

The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed rules setting parameters for reformulated gasoline and proposed guidelines for oxygenated gasoline sold in U.S. cities with air pollution problems. The 1990 Clean Air Act amendments require the changes for cities not meeting national air quality standards for carbon monoxide and ozone. For the first time EPA would regulate toxic emissions, other than lead, associated with gasoline use.

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