South Carolina gas station prohibited from selling gas after what inspectors detected in it, officials say


An Anderson County, South Carolina, gas station was compelled to stop selling gasoline after it was discovered to be tainted, according to state officials.

Eva Moore of the South Carolina Department of Agriculture stated that the Sav-Way #2, situated at 309 East Main Street, was investigated by state investigators on Tuesday after receiving two complaints regarding the regular gasoline sold there.

The report claimed that MPLX Terminals LLC in Belton delivered the gasoline to the gas station on December 29, 2023.

According to the report released Wednesday, the inspection results were categorized as “fail” when water was discovered in the gasoline sample tested.

Moore stated that the SCDA halted the sale of regular gasoline at the station following the inspection.

Moore stated that once the station has resolved the issue, they can call SCDA and request a retest, and an inspector will be dispatched to re-sample the product.

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