Distributors for Fuel Legacy Wanted

eeFuel (F2-21, by H2OIL) is being distibuted worldwide by independent distributors. eeFuel reduces emissions of HC and CO by 50% respectively, NOx by 40%, PM10 by 30% and CO2 by 12%. A bottle of eeFuel cost between $.133 and $.17 per gallon, and sells for $19.96 to $26.95 per 120ml bottle, making it a no cost purchase. Bulk purchases are available. Petro China and H2Oil (Fuel Legacy is the exclusive distributor for F2-21) have recently built a plant to provide eeFuel (F2-21) to 70% of the population in China. The United Nations selected eeFuel as the most effective and economical fuel additive for alleviating urban transport-relate air pollution problems and conserving energy in Asia. Forbs Magazine, Wall Street Reporter, China National Railroad Ministry, China, EPS, United States EPA and a California County GSA have all formally endorsed or recognized eeFuel as the best gasoline and diesel additive on the market for saving fuel and reducing toxic emissions.

Please email or call 817-819-3171 if you need futher clarification or would like to sign up. Independent distributors can go to www.fuellegacy.com/builttolast or Commercial buyers can go to www.nanotechfuel.com/builttolast.

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