Growing concerns about gasoline deposit-control additives will be addressed by the Environmental Protection Agency, Ward's has learned. A response now is being developed under the direction of Robin Moran, Center Director, EPA Assessment and Standards Div., Ann Arbor, MI, and David Kortum in the EPA's Washington office. Following Ward's initial story regarding the issue, various interests, including the AAA Motor Club office in St. Louis, MO, have voiced concern (see related story: ...

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