Any party who combines blendstocks other than oxygenate with RFG is producing gasoline, and must meet all the RFG standards and requirements applicable to a refiner. In addition, all applicable RFG standards must be met by the blendstock only. The blendstock, therefore, in effect must be RFG, and such blending is the equivalent of blending RFG with RFG.
A party who does not meet the RFG refiner standards and requirements can take remedial action for RFG that violates applicable standards using the methods discussed above in Question 1.(7/1/94)
Question and Answer was originally posted at http://www.epa.gov/otaq/regs/fuels/rfg/qa/420r03009.pdf
May RFG that is found to be off-spec downstream of the refinery or import facility be corrected by blending "clean" non-oxygenate blendstocks?
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