The Swedish government has put forward proposals that aim for all petrol stations in the country to carry new eco-labels to inform consumers about the greenhouse gas emissions of the fuel they buy.
In a statement, the Swedish government said that the plans will be covered in its Fuel Act, which will come into force on 1 January 2019.
The eco-label will cover liquid, gas-based fuels and alternative fuels and could also have information about the “origins of the fuel”, the Swedish government said.
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