E15 gasoline could pose a threat to OPE

According to an article in the Washington Post, there are certain drawbacks to expanding ethanol content in gasoline to produce E15.

If consumers use the increased-ethanol-content gasoline for their outdoor power equipment -- even though they are not supposed to -- it could cause damage or dangerous conditions.

An attorney for the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute told the newspaper that the misuse of E15 could create "a train wreck in the marketplace."

Want to read more?
This content is available only to registered users. Log in to read the rest of this article or create a free account.
© 2014 Home Channel News. All Rights Reserved.