Leak detectors: the devil is in the detail
The problem with underground fuel tanks is that they are out of sight and often out of mind. A leak detector, however, is above ground and normally the only visible part of the system, even if it has been stuffed into a cupboard somewhere in the back office or corridor.
The benefits of pay@pump
Personally I’ve always been a fan of pay@ pump but the majority of my industry colleagues would maybe disagree.
Phase separation: an additional challenge with E10
Phase separation happens when water absorbed by the ethanol separates out during storage. If enough water enters the tank, the ethanol separates from the petrol and settles on the bottom along with the water.
How to get ready for E10
The Department for Transport (DfT) consultation said the introduction of E10 fuel would be a “quick way” to introduce new fuel without needing heavy investment, stating that introducing E10 could reduce CO2
How Eurotank lined two tanks in four days with Fastliner
The Fastliner tank lining system really lived up to its name when it enabled the Eurotank Environmental team to upgrade two tanks in just four days for a customer in Liverpool.
2020: The strangest year on record
Well, as years go, 2020 will be remembered by the forecourt sector as one of the strangest on record. We had the backdrop of a world pandemic, combined with national lockdowns where fuel volumes fluctuated from normal levels to minus 70%. On the other hand, fuel margins saved the day, delivering record levels