EPA seems to be gearing up to a new level with inspection and enforcement within the SPCC compliance programs.
Fines in 2009 administered for SPCC violations seemed to be assessed in proportion to each facilities size which ranged from $1000 to $200k.
March 29th, 2010 | Posted by Steve Richardson
EPA SPCC compliance date is quickly arriving! ASK how we can help?
“On June 19, 2009, EPA published in the Federal Register a SPCC compliance date extension for all facilities until November 10, 2010. Facilities must amend or prepare, and implement SPCC Plans by the compliance date in accordance with revisions to the SPCC rule promulgated since 2002. Farms must also amend or prepare their SPCC Plans, and implement those Plans by the same date.”
Go to the following link for more information.
March 2nd, 2010 | Posted by Steve Richardson
Stabilizing fuel through regular chemical dosing is a must in today’s fuels. Heavy and rapid degradation can cause fuel to be unusable in some end user applications in as little as 12 months.
Part of Dr Fuel Cleans – Quality Assurance Program (QAP) is to sample fuel on an annual basis. After tanks have been cleaned and fuel treated we now have a history of premium product choices.
In the past we used Algae-x AFC 705 and others some degree of success. The product of choice which has been fuel proven and backed by many post fuel samples is made from a company in Houston TX.
Power Research Inc. produces a powerfull stabilizing additive called PRI-D which is readily available throughout the US.
Their claim is that PRI-D will stabilize fuel for up to one year however we have found that it does much longer. It also has the ability to reverse aging and rejuvenate fuel back to specs.
February 12th, 2010 | Posted by Steve Richardson
Things are going great here at Dr. Fuel Clean, and today we are proud to announce the launch of our brand new website! We’ve got a fresh new design, a user friendly navigation, information on our entire fleet of services, simpler methods to get in contact with us, and are now ready to introduce the new Clean Fuel Blog! Get tips on maintaining Diesel Fuel Stability, and stay up to date with the latest industry news. Go ahead and check it out! Continue…
December 21st, 2009 | Posted by Steve Richardson