(Monitoring of fuels quality in the first half of 2016)
(Prague, August 9, 2016) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority regularly monitors the quality of fuels at filling stations in the Czech Republic. During the first half of 2016 it collected 1,290 samples, including 18 that failed the quality requirements. In 11 cases, the CTIA prohibited the sale of 74,453 litres of fuels amounting to almost 2 million Czech crowns. “We saw a slight decrease concerning poor quality fuels in comparison with 2015 when 21 collected samples failed the required quality. This means that the quality improved from 1.6% to 1.4% when compared with the first half of 2015,” said the Director General of the CTIA Mojmír Bezecný.
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