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The Oregon Petroleum Association did not oppose the move to ban topping off, said the group's executive director, Paul Romain.
In most places of the world, the "topping off" of a building is marked by the temporary but iconic placement of a small pine tree at the structure's highest level.
The Gambrinus Co., which imports Corona in the eastern United States, reported sales were up 48 percent in the second quarter of 1998 (topping off at 16.6 million barrels).
In photo are officials from Suntrust and Vision Properties present at the Suntrust Shanata topping off: (from left) Claire Lastimosa, Suntrust vice president for Credit and Collection; Ruby Gemma Cecilio, Suntrust assistant vice president for Business Partners Network; Engr.
"As a hands-on sponsor with a proven track record of completing both small and large-scale developments successfully, we are thrilled to announce the topping off of Reade57," said John Buck II, chairman of The John Suck Company.
Besides the health risks, both topping off and idling are known to waste fuel.