Cut-price supermarket petrol causes higher emissions

Emissions of all regulated pollutants from cars are considerably higher when they are run on petrol without detergent additives, Shell claimed in October in the latest stage of its price war with the supermarkets. The increase in emissions appears to be large enough for regulators to look at the need to mandate the use of detergents.

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