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MARYVILLE, MO (2010-08-09) On the heels of an ethanol trade show in Kansas City last week, discussion is centering on how consumers could be confused getting their ethanol fuels in the future.
Right now most stations have E-85 fuel separate from regular fuel pumps, but the next generation "Blender Pumps" can create a single location for all fuel available at a gas station. Seth Meyer is with the food and agricultural policy research institute in Missouri, and predicts even with warning labels, drivers may make a mistake. Missouri is now offering gas stations a tax credit of up to $20,000 for the blender pumps.
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