Fuels and Fuel Additives
Fuel Trends Report
The Fuel Trends Report presents 1995-2005 fuel programs implementation data collected and analyzed by the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) Office of Transportation and Air Quality. The data show that significant changes in gasoline composition during this period resulted in emission reductions often substantially greater than regulatory requirements.
- Full Report (268 pp, 37MB, January 2008, EPA420-R-08-002)
- Executive Summary (PDF) (6 pp, 200K, January 2008, EPA420-S-08-001)
- Report Body (PDF) (143 pp, 18MB)
- Appendices (PDF) (120 pp, 19MB)
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