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JGRA to probe reports of "smelly" gas

JGRA President Gregory Chong
 
Following a report of "smelly" gas being sold to the public, the Jamaica Gasolene Retailers Association (JGRA) will carry out a survey of its members this week to determine the level of complaints.
 
Fingers have been pointed at Petrojam as the source of the contaminated fuel.
 
Speaking with RJR News Monday morning, JGRA President Gregory Chong said he will share the findings of the survey with the relevant parties. 
 
Energy Minister Fayval Williams is to update the country in coming days on the outcome of Petrojam's investigation into the matter.
 
A Petrojam employee, who spoke with the Gleaner newspaper, reported that the fuel is affecting the health of staff at the refinery.
 
The employee also warned that the fuel could damage the engines of  motor vehicles.


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