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Flex Fuels are better for the environment ...

Flex Fuels won’t harm groundwater in the event of a spill and are safer for drivers to handle. Ethanol cuts carbon pollution – reducing carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds, nitrogen oxides, and particulate matter emissions up to 50% more than unleaded gas.

"The use of 10% ethanol-enriched fuel reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 12–19% compared with conventional gasoline."

Argonne National Laboratory 

When your engine burns regular gas, unhealthy toxins fuel the air.

A gallon of regular gas has 150 chemicals and compounds, many of which are toxic and harmful to the environment and pollute the air when burned by cars.

The Clean Air Act requires gasoline to include a 10% blend of oxygenated fuels, such as ethanol. Made from corn, ethanol is a safe, clean burning oxygenate that has been used in the U.S. since the early 1980s. Over 90% of the gasoline sold contains up to 10% of this renewable fuel.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has now approved E15 as a blend choice for cars and light-duty trucks in model year 2001 and newer. No older models were tested.

Using high octane ethanol reduces oil consumption. Today, renewable ethanol replaces about 10% of the nation’s gasoline supply, which would otherwise require 600,000 barrels of oil a day from unpredictable foreign countries and finite fossil fuel resources.


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