Missouri Agency Allows E15 Sales During Summer Months
Department of Agriculture issued an Enforcement Discretion to follow new rules at federal level
Following new rules set at the federal level, a Missouri agency has issued a policy change to allow for the sale of gasoline containing 15% ethanol year-round, reports The Missouri Times.
On June 1, the Missouri Department of Agriculture issued an Enforcement Discretion to allow the higher ethanol blend, called E15, to be sold during the summer months while the agency develops new rules to reflect the change.
On May 31, the EPA granted a Reid Vapor Pressure waiver for E15 to be sold during the summer months — a move that was first signaled by President Trump last year.