DoE rejects petrol retailers' claims on VOC control costs

Independent petrol retailers have failed to convince the Department of the Environment (DoE) that almost half of the UK's petrol stations should be exempted from controls on emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) proposed by the European Commission. Only the smallest stations now seem likely to be exempted following the DoE's dismissal of the industry's claims about the costs of the new controls.

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