September 22, 2010
Growth Energy, the coalition of U.S. ethanol supporters, has partnered with the United Farmers Cooperative to install two blender pumps in Shelby, Neb. The new blender pumps are located at 600 East Hwy 92, and have been installed with assistance from Growth Energy’s 2010 E85 and Blender Pump Program.
“Every blender pump we install gives consumers a choice at the pump that includes domestic, renewable ethanol,” said Growth Energy CEO Tom Buis. “Growth Energy is pleased to have been able to assist in the United Farmers Cooperative in their efforts and we remain committed to assist with the addition of more blender pumps across the nation.”
“UFC’s decision to install blender pumps versus upgrading with traditional pumps and adding E85, is all about giving our customer the ability to support the ethanol programs and still have the flexibility to chose based on his or her blended preference,” said Dick Munn, United Farmers Cooperative Vice President of Energy.
Source : Press Release