New blender pump opens in Elgin

October 2012
Nebraska Farmer;Oct2012, Vol. 154 Issue 10, p105
The article reports on the opening of a new blender pump, E85 blender pump, in Elgin at the Elgin One Stop and Sleepin Inn in Nebraska on September 18, 2012 which will offer a variety of renewable ethanol fuel blends.


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