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Malta Resources Authority emotionally reacted to GRTU's public statement on
mixed diesel/bio diesel sold through independent private petrol stations.
Malta Chamber of SME's on behalf of all private petrol stations just stated the
obvious fact: fuels provided by independent private stations are the direct
responsibility, in terms of quality, of the major distributors of fuels to
petrol stations. Petrol Station owners do not mix fuels and the modern petrol
station pumps clearly establish any default at the part of the petrol station.
GRTU state is the simple fact: Petrol station owners are not responsible for
the quality of the fuel delivered through their services. Any liability or
praise for that matter is due elsewhere.
station owners stated this to avoid unnecessary references to petrol station
owners on matters of quality. It is their right at Law to state such a fact.
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