Relaxing rules for Argentina biofuel

Relaxing rules for Argentina biofuel

Biodiesel industry criticizes EPA decision and says it could undermine U.S. biodiesel production.

THE Environmental Protection Agency approved an application granting biodiesel from Argentina easier access to the U.S. market, leading U.S. groups to question EPA's commitment to the domestic industry.

EPA approved a plan submitted by a consortium of Argentinean renewable fuel producers (Camara Argentina de Biocombustibles) to demonstrate compliance with the U.S. renewable fuel standard (RFS).

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