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FAQ: Motor Fuel Quality Control

How can the "stop sale" order be lifted?

We will tell you the problem with the fuel. You must contact the supplier to find out if the problem is correctable on site or if the product must be removed. You must contact the Field Enforcement Division at 410-260-7388 to discuss the proposed remedy. Once you receive authorization and the remedy is performed, contact us and we will re-sample the product promptly.



 
Links for Motor Fuel Quality Control FAQs
Enforcement Information
Motor Fuel Inspection Program
Motor Fuel Quality Control FAQs
  1 - What do the inspectors look for?
  2 - What happens if the inspector detects a problem at my service station?
  3 - What happens if a fuel sample does not meet specifications in one of the lab tests?
  4 - How can the "stop sale" order be lifted?
  5 - Can I sell the product on which a "stop sale" has been issued?
 
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