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Alexandria, VA – September 3, 2008 – AllSAFE members welcome EPA’s recent enforcement letter addressing the need for proper labeling, potential harm from “mid-level” ethanol in gasoline-only vehicles and engines. ALLIANCE FOR A SAFE ALTERNATIVE FUELS ENVIRONMENT
The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute, Inc.) Alexandria, VA – March 6, 2009 – The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) today announced that it has serious concerns with a premature rush to 15 percent ethanol (E15) or other mid-level fuel blends as being suggested by pro-ethanol producers. Without a formal waiver process through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and a continued misinterpretation of test results from a recent Department of Energy (DOE) report, introducing E15 and higher fuels to the marketplace for existing equipment pose serious risks to American consumers and businesses.
Alexandria, VA – December 1, 2009 – The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) today announced that it remains concerned by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) response to the Growth Energy waiver on 15 percent ethanol as it overlooks the impact on hundreds of millions of outdoor power equipment used by consumers, such as utility vehicles, lawnmowers, chainsaws, snow throwers and other affected equipment, including boats, ATVs, motorcycles and snow mobiles. “EPA’s letter basically addressed the consideration of E15 for newer automobiles, but ignores the substantial non-automobile product families and the economic and safety issues related to their use,” said Kris [.....]