RFA: Ethanol isn't to blame for the "dead zone"

07/7/2010 | DomesticFuel.com · Independent Weekly (Durham, N.C.)

The Renewable Fuels Association disputes the assertions made in a San Francisco Chronicle article that blamed ethanol production for the spread of a low-oxygen area, or "dead zone," in the Gulf of Mexico. In a letter to the editor, Bob Dinneen, RFA's president and CEO, wrote that experts have not determined any single cause for the dead zone. Read RFA's fact sheet on hypoxia.

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DomesticFuel.com · Independent Weekly (Durham, N.C.)

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