The European Union Fuel Quality Directive introduced a new market petrol specification from 1 January 2011 that may contain up to 10% ethanol by volume (10 %vol). Such petrol is commonly known as ‘E10’.
In 2013, ACEA issued a communication so customers could be informed if their vehicles would be compatible with the use of E10 petrol or B7 diesel.
Looking at the current discussions about possible tariffs on EU car exports to the United States, it is important to understand that US and EU car markets have been integrated for decades now.
Version 4 of the Automotive Industry Guideline (AIG) on REACH has been published by the automotive Task Force on REACH (TF-REACH) on 3 July 2018.
The REACH Task Force has created this standardised approach to REACH. It is a practical guide that clearly outlines the necessary tasks. The Automotive Industry Guideline is highly recommended; it is easy to...
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