US govt issues pump labels for gasoline with more ethanol


* Labels warn drivers not to use E15 in older cars * Critics worry drivers will be confused * Higher ethanol fuel could be sold nationwide in months WASHINGTON, June 28 (Reuters) - The U.S. government approved new ethanol labels for gasoline pumps on Tuesday to warn drivers to use the right blend for their car, but critics said consumers might still become confused. The Environmental Protection Agency required the new orange and black labels after it approved a 50 percent boost in ...

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