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Growth Energy has helped more than 1,000 retail sites add higher ethanol blends like E15 and E85 to their product line up. We have the following tools available to help you, but we will also personally work with you to comply with all federal, state, and local regulations.
Your ethanol provider must have applied for and received approval for E15 production, must have an approved mis-fueling mitigation plan and agreed to participate and have paid for their portion of the industry compliance survey.
If you are offering E15 you must:
Last but not least, E15 must conform to the RVP requirements for your area based during the summer driving season: More information can be found at EPA’s web site.
For specific information about how EPA’s E15 waiver conditions impact your business, please visit EPA’s Web site.
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