CHICAGO – The Environmental Protection Agency plans to review key concerns raised regarding alleged shortages of deposit-control additives used in U.S. retail gasoline, EPA engineer Jeffrey Herzog tells Ward’s. Herzog says the EPA initially had expected that a proper amount of deposit-control additives, valued at about 0.5 cents per gallon of treated gasoline, would be used in the U.S. gasoline supply. But that assumption contrasts with information obtained by Ward’s that a large ...
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