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25 Pa. Code § 126.104. Labeling requirements.

§ 126.104. Labeling requirements.

 (a)  Retailers are responsible for compliance with the labeling requirements of this section.

 (b)  During the control period, each gasoline dispenser from which oxygenated gasoline is dispensed at a retail outlet in the control area shall have affixed a legible and conspicuous label which contains the following statement: ‘‘From November 1 through February 29, the gasoline dispensed from this pump is oxygenated and will reduce carbon monoxide pollution from motor vehicles.’’

 (c)  The statement in subsection (b) shall be in block letters of at least 20-point (3/16") bold type and in a color that contrasts with the background.

 (d)  The label shall be placed on the upper 2/3 of the vertical surface on each side of the dispenser with gallonage and price meters.


   The provisions of this §  126.104 adopted August 18, 1995, effective August 19, 1995, 25 Pa.B. 3453.

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