With a little pressure, auto makers could quickly solve the apparent problem of the petroleum industry's underuse of gasoline deposit-control additives, says Joseph M. Colucci, a former General Motor Corp. executive and current president at Clarkston, MI’s, Automotive Fuel Consulting Inc. The auto industry and regulators recently have begun to question whether the nation's gasoline supplies have a consistent and adequate amount of deposit-controlling additives (see related story: EPA Will ...
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