EPA's delay on ethanol decision is welcomed by OPEI

06/22/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

An ethanol manufacturers association is upset that the Environmental Protection Agency delayed its decision on whether to allow the ethanol content in gasoline to be increased to 15% from 10%. However, Kris Kiser, executive vice president of the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute, says data need to be re-evaluated because the change could damage small engines in products such as chain saws and weed trimmers. "We are very concerned about the wrong fuel getting into legacy products," Kiser said.

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