(Prague, February 6, 2015) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority collected a diesel fuel sample which contained high amount of water at the Agip filling station at the V Korytech Street in Prague on February 4. CTIA reports on this matter because it is in consumers’ legitimate interest. The limit of water was exceeded fifty times (permitted maximum is 260 mg/kg, but the sample contained 12.470 mg/kg). The Czech Trade Inspection Authority hasn’t detected such high amount of water in any collected sample since 2001 when monitoring of fuels quality started.
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