OPIS E15 Pump Decals
Selling E15 at your station? You'll need these.
Although retailers and wholesale purchaser-consumers are not mandated to sell E15, those who choose to sell it are required to label their pumps dispensing E15 according to the EPA. The easy-to-read, black and orange decals are 3.625" wide x 3.125" high. They are made out of a high-quality, weather-resistant material.
The E15 pump labeling requirement was finalized by the EPA on June 28, 2011. This ruling is designed to help ensure that E15 is properly labeled at the retail level. Click here to view the excerpt of EPA's final ruling.
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E15 Diesel Pump Decal Q&A
Q. Where do I place the E15 decal on my pumps?
A. The EPA is not specifying the exact placement of the decal since there are many different types of pumps used. In case of the pumps with one nozzle dispensing several grades of gasoline, the regulations direct the retailer to place the label above the selector button dispensing E15 or otherwise place it so that it is clear which button is dispensing E15. In the case of pumps with a nozzle for each grade, the regulation directs the retailer to place the label where consumers will see it when making their fuel selection.
Q. I dispense E10 through my pumps. Do I need an E10 decal?
A. The EPA has concluded that it is not useful or necessary to label E10 dispensers since this fuel has been prevalent in the market and may be used by virtually all vehicles, engines and non-road equipment. The Federal Trade Commission and State Offices of Weights & Measures or similar departments may already require E10 labels in reformulated gasoline areas or labels stating the fuel may contain up to 10% ethanol in discretionary blending markets separate from this rule.
Q. Which vehicles are approved to use E15?
A. Only on-road vehicles, model years 2001 and later are approved to use E15.