No dodgy practice detected in fuel pump verification process

No dodgy practice detected in fuel pump verification process

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The Antigua and Barbuda Bureau of Standards says it has not detected any dodgy practices since it began its fuel pump verification process.

The Bureau of Standards is charged with developing national standards for safety and maintaining those standards by monitoring them periodically.

Their latest efforts to conduct Fuel Pump verification took the department about 3 month.

Dianne Lana Rodriguez, Director of Antigua and Barbuda Bureau of Standards even made special mention of gas companies Rubis and WIOC for maintaining their fuel pump.

AUDIO – Lana on fuel pump [1]

Rodriguez says they plan next to check scales in the public market and supermarkets and of course diesel checks at gas stations.

AUDIO – Lana on fuel pump [2]

The Bureau will also tackle regulations for labelling. They must update the requirements for labelling within the state.

AUDIO – Lana on fuel pump [3]