Six gas stations in N.J. allegedly sold avgas

05/30/2013 |

Six gas stations in New Jersey have been accused by state Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa of selling 100-octane aviation fuel in place of unleaded automobile gas in early December. Avgas contains tetraethyl lead that can damage the catalytic converters and oxygen sensors of a car and is also extremely toxic. "We allege that these gas stations clearly knew, or should have known, they were selling aviation fuel that contains toxic lead, while advertising it as unleaded gasoline for motorists," the attorney general said.

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