PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Environmental Protection Agency has just issued a temporary “Emergency Fuel Waiver” for Allegheny County.

The waiver lifts the requirement for gas stations in the county to only sell summer blend gasoline until June 17.

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The decision is based on a growing supply problem with the summer blend of gas.

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Between now and June 17, the EPA says it will try to expedite a permanent lifting of the requirement.

Allegheny County drivers could see a reduction at the pump of 5-8 cents a gallon, on top of the ongoing drop in prices we’ve seen in recent days.

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