B3C is working with mass retailers, distributors, and dealers across the country to provide educational information about ethanol, in combination with scientifically proven products specifically designed to combat the negative side affects of ethanol and protect all engines new and old.
In addition to working with retailers, distributors, and dealers, B3C is working closely with the Equipment & Engine Training Council (EETC) to ensure that EETC Certified Technicians and future technicians have full knowledge of how ethanol interacts with and impacts power equipment. Founded in 1997, the EETC is a non-profit trade association with a goal to develop and create professional power equipment technicians for today’s sophisticated power equipment products. The association has developed the EETC Technician Certification program to measure the skill level of repair technicians working in the industry today and has developed the EETC School Accreditation program to recognize schools that have an outstanding outdoor equipment training course to train future technicians.
“We are pleased to collaborate with a complete fuel solution company such as B3C to advance equipment and engine training and education for technicians in the power equipment industry. Their dedication to advancing the power equipment industry is making a positive impact,” said Jim Roche, Executive Director, EETC.
B3C Fuel Solutions will continue its efforts to educate the public and work with its partners to inform about the negative impact of ethanol-blended fuels. As a complete fuel solution company for today’s modern fuels, the labs at B3C will continue to improve their existing products and create new solutions to combat ethanol related issues.