More than 60 percent of Americans mistakenly assume that any gas sold at their local gas station is safe for all their products.
Nearly 9 in 10 say the government should do more to protect consumers from misfuelling with E15.
Education on E-15 at the gas pump is severely lacking. Across the country, labels are misplaced and inconsistent, damaged and hidden away from the consumer.
While we continue to fight against this dangerous policy, we need to make sure people are educated and safe.
Bipartisan legislation called the “Consumer Protection and Fuel Transparency Act” would require clear labeling on gas pumps that contain E15 and better educate consumers about higher ethanol blend fuels.
Joint Stakeholder E15 Label Comments
[141.35 Kb] Comments on EPA Proposed Rule “E15 Fuel Dispenser Labeling and Compatibility With Underground Storage Tanks”
Dangers of E15 Overview
[626.02 Kb] ONE-PAGER: Protect Americans from widepsread dangers of E15.
E15 Warning Label Survey Results
[612.58 Kb] We asked consumers about the effectiveness of the current E15 label compared with a new, bolder prototype.
Speciale: Renewable fuel standard doesn't make sense for Texans
[179.12 Kb] Appeared in the Houston Chronicle January 2018.
Presentation: E15 Outboard Marine High Ethanol Fuel Endurance
[1556.44 Kb] An overview presentation of the effects of running gasoline with 15% ethanol concentration in current production outboard four-stroke marine engines and conventional two-stroke outboard marine engines.
In-Depth Analysis: High Ethanol Fuel Endurance
[2127.81 Kb] An in-depth, detailed study of the effects of running gasoline with 15% ethanol concentration in current production outboard four-stroke marine engines and conventional two-stroke outboard marine engines.
Mercury E15 study - Presentation
Letter | EPA on E15 Rulemaking
[84.58 Kb] Joint letter stating opposition to the EPA's proposal to rescind E-15 labeling.
NMMA Official Comments on Registration of Isobutanol as a Gasoline Additive
[308.75 Kb] The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) is pleased to provide the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with the following comments regarding the Registration of Isobutanol as a Gasoline Additive.
Emissions and Operability of Gasoline, Ethanol, and Butanol Blends in Recreational Marine Applications
Letter to EPA on Year-Round E15 Rule
Complete OPEI_NMMA Year-Round E15 Comments
NMMA Final Comments on Year-Round E15 Sale_040919
NMMA Biobutanol Letter of Support
[72.27 Kb] Letter submitted to the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee.
Letter to Senate EPW Committee on S. 517
Letter to President Trump on National High Octane Standard
Letter to EPA re: 2019 RVOs