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According to an article in the Washington Post, there are certain drawbacks to expanding ethanol content in gasoline to produce E15.
If consumers use the increased-ethanol-content gasoline for their outdoor power equipment -- even though they are not supposed to -- it could cause damage or dangerous conditions.
An attorney for the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute told the newspaper that the misuse of E15 could create "a train wreck in the marketplace."