What is Fuel Contamination? Fuel contamination can be the result of algae, bacteria, water, rust, and other organic matter mixing with fuel. Three examples of contaminates are the presence of Mould – usually caused by bacterial or microbial growth. Particles
Red Diesel. What has it been like for businesses since April 1st 2022, where the use of Red Diesel has largely been banned? What impact has this had and what will be the aftermath after the dust has settled?
UK introduces E10 to the forecourt In September 2021, the UK government introduced E10 fuel across the country giving drivers an eco-friendly option at the petrol pump. The government intend to make E1o the new standard grade of petrol, eradicating
Transition to Net Zero Increasing demand on fossil fuels, the rise of crude oil prices and the onus on companies to reduce their impact on the environment, is greater than ever. This has led to a concerted effort to develop
JWH Tanks Midlands Office New Daventry location offers improved service. Customers in the midlands area can now benefit from contacting a more local office for any tank related issues, with the opening of our new Daventry location. As a company,
Gas Oil Tank Cleaning. Preparing for April 2022, the pros and cons to red diesel tax reform. Making your organisation ready. The reform The background to this article is in the UK government’s 2019 pledge to cease contributing to global
This particular case study focuses on tank farm decommissioning at an NHS trust hospital in the Midlands. We were approached by a contractor who was looking for a safe solution to removing 4 x 160,000 litre tanks in the middle
The Need for Tank Bunding in Wales The lack of tank bunding in Wales has long been an issue with up to 300 incidents of oil related contamination happening each year. The Control of Pollution (Oil Storage) (Wales) Regulations 2016