Re: Ethanol killing small engines
In the 70s ethanol research was in full swing here in Canada . The conclusion was that it was too dangerous to use in cold climates . One of the byproducts of burning ethanol is the creation of arsenic . This arsenic is not easily dissipated in cold weather . Now with ethanol production in full swing no one has mentioned arsenic . Were they lying to us then or now ? ..... D.J.
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