Archer Daniels Midland, Decature, IL, the largest provider of ethanol and the claimed leader in ethanol quality control, admitted it had made a 120,000-gal. (545,000-L) batch of ethanol during a 10-hour period early this month, of which an unknown percentage was mistakenly mixed with gasoline that went to retail stations in Milwaukee, WI, Chicago and Rockford, IL and Bettendorf, Iowa, according to newspapaer reports. ADM said that by mistake it mixed too much rust-inhibiting chemical into ...

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