UPDATE 1-Fla. granted another week to use high-sulfur fuel


(Adds details paragraphs 3 to end) NEW YORK, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Florida vehicles will be allowed to use "red-dye" fuel with sulfur content of more than 500 parts per million through Oct. 5, extending the waiver to normal regulations by a week, Russell Schweiss, spokesman for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection said on Monday. The previous exemption to the hurricane-ravaged state was only for fuel arriving in Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and for use in 11 ...

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