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Pumps at stations in bad gas saga reopening

Published:Tuesday | January 5, 2016 | 1:03 PM
JGRA president, Leonard Green, says the Bureau of Standards Jamaica has informed that pumps were reopened at 12 gas stations.

The Jamaica Gasoline Retailers' Association (JGRA) says most of the pumps that were ordered closed at 17 gas stations over allegations of dispensing bad gas have been reopened. 

JGRA president, Leonard Green, says the Bureau of Standards Jamaica (BSJ) has informed that pumps were reopened at 12 gas stations. 

He told The Gleaner/Power 106 News Centre that eight JGRA member stations are among those reopened.

Meanwhile, Green says he is unable to say how the alleged bad gas is being disposed of. 

 

JGRA president, Leonard Green

Energy Minister Phillip Paulwell says the BSJ is to provide daily updates on the bad gas investigation. 

Calls this afternoon to the BSJ chairman, Professor Winston Davidson, went unanswered. 

A committee has been given until January 31 to produce its first report on the bad gas probe.