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Alternative Fuel Manufacturer Licence Application

Overview

Businesses that produce or import products that are mixed with fuel for resale must hold an Alternative Fuel Manufacturer Licence.

Eligibility

A business that produces or imports biodiesel or ethanol must become licensed as an Alternative Fuel Manufacturer to report monthly the fuel products they produce and import into Saskatchewan.

How to Apply

Complete and return a Fuel Tax Registration Application to:

Write:

Ministry of Finance
Revenue Division
PO Box 200
Regina, SK S4P 2Z6

Email: SaskTaxInfo@gov.sk.ca

Apply

Apply for an Alternative Fuel Manufacturer License

Further Information

Find out more about Fuel Tax licensing and reporting requirements.

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