Study: E20 cuts emissions

04/7/2010 | AftermarketNews.com

Car engines powered by fuel with 20% ethanol showed "significant" reduction in tailpipe emissions compared with vehicles using gasoline, according to researchers from the Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Compared with gasoline, the use of E20 reduced emissions of carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, carbon dioxide and nitrogen dioxide.

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