U.S. EPA denies request to waive RFS

The U.S. EPA recently denied the request from several U.S. states to waive ethanol blending requirements outlined in the renewable fuel standard program (RFS). In August 2012, some states, including Arkansas, North Carolina, and Maryland, requested a reduction in the ethanol blending requirements in...

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