As you know, almost all of the gas that is pumped in New Jersey is E-10, a mixture of 90% gasoline and 10% ethanol. In October 2010, after extensive testing, the EPA approved the sale of E-15 (85% gas and 15% ethanol) for sale to the general public for usage in all passenger cars Model Year 2001 and newer. While E-15 has been a bit slow to roll out since then, it is picking up speed now, particularly in the Midwest. If you’re interested in offering E-15, which is often cheaper than regular gasoline and has a slightly higher octane, we recommend you head over www.BYOEthanol.com
They have created a Retailer Handbook for stations interested in offering E-15, which you can view by clicking here.
All pumps selling E-15 must have this sticker attached: