OXYGENATED FUEL CUTS EMISSIONS, EPA DATA SHOW

Sales of oxygenated motor fuel in polluted U.S. urban areas have yielded sharp declines in carbon monoxide emissions this winter, the Environmental Protection Agency reports. It said preliminary air quality monitoring data from Nov. 1 through Jan. 31 in the 20 areas operating the program for the first time show only 2 days when the carbon monoxide health standard was exceeded. The 2 days included 1 each in Provo, Utah, and Missoula, Mont.

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