Memorandum Circular No. 2001-02-001

 

 

TO:

ALL PETROLEUM PRODUCT SUPPLIERS OF FILLING/SERVICE STATIONS

 

SUBJECT:

Proper Retention of Petroleum Samples in Retail Outlets

 

DATE:

February 22, 2001

 

In furtherance to Rule V, Section 18 (b) of Department Circular No. 98-03-004 (Rules and Regulations Implementing Republic Act 8479), all petroleum suppliers are hereby required to coordinate with their client service stations for the provision in their place of business SAMPLE BOTTLES for use in retaining duplicate petroleum samples taken in the course of inspection made by representatives of the Department of Energy (DOE).

 

Retention of duplicate samples by the service stations is accordingly institutionalized in the inspection procedures of the DOE. Access to the retained duplicate samples is allowed to settle with finality contested DOE-National Petroleum Testing Laboratory test results on DOE-held samples.

 

Suppliers are further instructed to give guidance to their respective dealers in ensuring the integrity of the samples retained through the following procedures:

Description

Specifications

Color

Amber

Volume

0.5 liter (min.)

Cover

Air-tight

Orifice opening (dia.)

1.0 (min.)

 

Suppliers are advised to ensure compliance by their clients by April 1, 2001.

 

 

 

BEN-HUR C. Salcedo

OIC Secretary

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