“I’m interested in cleaning up our environment and we can do that by cleaning up our motor fuels,” said Blazek, who attended the American Coalition for Ethanol‘s Annual Fly-In to Washington, D.C. for the first time this year. “Motor fuels are responsible for a significant portion of the pollution that we have in our environment and most of that pollution we can’t see. It’s very small particulate matter that we can’t see, and if we can clean that up, we can live healthier lives and reduce our incidence of cancer.”
Blazek believes ethanol is one of the answers to the puzzle when it comes to cleaning up the air.
Hear Cindy’s interview with Tom here: Interview with Tom Blazek, Louisiana