Blender control area responsible party (blender CAR definition

Blender control area responsible party (blender CAR means a person who owns oxygenated gasoline which is sold or dispensed from a control area oxygenate blending installation.
Blender control area responsible party (blender CAR means a person who owns oxygenated gasoline which is sold or dispensed from a control area oxygenate blending installation. "Blending Allowance" means the amount of oxygen a gasoline blend is allowed above its upper oxygen content limit. Any gasoline blended under the provisions of 42 U.S.C. 7545(f)(1) addressing substantially similar fuels are permitted a blending allowance of 0.2% oxygen by weight. Blending allowances are not given to gasoline blends granted a waiver by
Blender control area responsible party (blender CAR means a person who owns

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