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0861 |aH128-1/10-597E-PDF
1101 |aCanada. |bHealth Canada. |bHealthy Environments and Consumer Safety Branch.
24510|aHealth risks and benefits associated with the use of 10% Ethanol-blended gasoline in Canada / |h[electronic resource]|cPrepared by: Water, Air and Climate Change Bureau.
260 |aOttawa - Ontario : |bHealth Canada. |cc2010.
300 |a30p.|bglossary, tables
500 |a"This risk assessment is important due to the emergence of Canada's Renewable Fuels Strategy, announced in 2006, which requires increased use of biofuels, including ethanol. The strategy will require a 5% renewable content for gasoline by 2010, and has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by about 4 megatonnes per year, the equivalent, in terms of GHG emissions, of taking almost one million vehicles from the road."--Page 7 of 30, Preface. The catalogue number (H128-1/10-597E) and ISBN (978-1-100-14932-5) for the print edition have been incorrectly copied in this electronic publication.
590 |a13-19-Supp|b2013-08-14
77508|tRisques et bénéfices pour la santé liés à l'usage d'essence contenant 10 % d'éthanol au Canada / |w(CaOODSP)9.642355
85640|ahttp://publications.gc.ca|qPDF|s367 KB|uhttps://publications.gc.ca/collections/collection_2013/sc-hc/H128-1-10-597-eng.pdf