WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Gasoline in Canada's most populous province will contain an average of 5 percent of pollution-reducing ethanol by 2007, the Ontario government said on Friday. Gasoline wholesalers can blend with ethanol, an additive made from corn and other plants, or trade renewable fuel credits to reach the target, the provincial government said in a news release. The ethanol mandate will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by about 800,000 tonnes, the equivalent of ...
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