The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is increasing the country’s use of ethanol again. In their proposal for 2017, the EPA would require that the American public consume 300 million more gallons of ethanol in gasoline than this year. They don’t seem concerned that this mandatory ethanol increase is bad for boat and other small engines and a huge consumer-safety risk.
The good news is that this is still just a proposal and the EPA is interested in hearing from you.
Send an official comment to the EPA to oppose the mandatory ethanol increase and, while you’re at it, ask your Congressional representative to co-sponsor a new bill that will prevent concentrations of ethanol in gasoline from going beyond 9.7% and getting out of hand.
Don’t let the EPA force dangerous levels of ethanol on you.