U - Ultra low-sulphur fuel

05 June 2006

Ultra low-sulphur fuel - One way of reducing a car's harmful emissions is by using a fuel that contains fewer pollutants. Ultra low-sulphur fuel has been refined further than standard fuel to remove sulphur, a substance linked with emissions which cause acid rain and smog, as well as asthma and cancer in humans. It also allows catalytic converters to work effectively.


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