Specialist Lining Services (SLS) and Eurotank Environmental (EE) have been working to develop a one-stop-shop service offering customers everything from tank cleaning to lining to recommissioning.
The Eurotank tank lining team has started work at four Petrocell Holdings sites installing single-skin Lifeliners. Work at the first site – Sidmouth – has already been completed, where six tanks were relined.
Two Europump engineers raced to the rescue of Lawrence Garages (London) in Southampton recently, to fit a new DOMS 5000 box and ensure the site’s grand re-opening went ahead.
Eurotank Environmental has come a long way since it was incorporated in 2001. Starting with a single engineer in a little bright yellow van carrying out small jobs as a sub-contractor, the business has grown into a group of companies providing retail and commercial customers with a comprehensive range of services to keep their fuel flowing.
Eurotank recently completed a major project at a site in Victoria, Central London where the Fastliner team relined four tanks without human entry into the tanks and also replaced all the pumps on the forecourt.
A local resident neighbouring a Eurotank Installations (EI) project site in Letterston, north Pembrokeshire was full of praise for the conduct of the EI workers on site, their perfect attitude to work and commitment to full PPE.
When an existing customer’s supplier was unable to meet an unmoveable deadline for important outdoor payment terminal (OPT) upgrades, Europump Maintenance stepped in to help.
Sewell Facilities Management was so impressed with the interceptor cleans carried out by Eurotank Service Group’s Interceptor and Drainage Services division that the company is now having contracts drawn up for regular work to be carried out across its estate. The company is part of the Sewell Group, which includes the award-winning Sewell on the Go network of forecourts as well as its own group estates solution providing services for schools and healthcare centres.
Europump Maintenance and Eurotank Environmental have joined forces for the decommission of an AdBlue tank for a commercial customer site in Wolverhampton.
Eurotank Service Group has expanded its Interceptor and Drainage Services division with the key appointment of Susan Duncan in the new role of Operations Manager, Interceptor and Drainage Services.
Europump engineers came to the rescue recently when a faulty overfill prevention device stopped fuel from being dropped into a 100,000ltr derv tank at the busy Route 74 truck stop on the M74, just south of Glasgow.
Eurotank Installations has taken delivery of a new 20T digger, enabling the construction division to take on full site decommissions as well as build new fuelling facilities using in-house plant.
As part of Eurotank’s drive to refresh the safety culture within the business, Safety Consultant Martin Rackley has delivered his behavioural safety course to all the operational managers from across the Group.
Europump Maintenance has taken delivery of four 3.5t cherrypickers with a cut-out for the basket.
Eurotank Service Group’s (ESG’s) service and efficiency keeps improving thanks in no small part to the efforts of our Business Improvement Manager, Phil Large.
Eurotank Service Group (ESG) has invested in additional Health and Safety training for 30 members of its team. With the behaviour of directors, managers and site managers critical to the company’s safety culture,ESG enrolled staff onto the NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Health and Safety Leadership Excellence.
As part of a new safety culture drive, former Health &Safety Manager for BP UK Retail Construction, Martin Rackley, has been appointed as a consultant to undertake on-site safety audits and coaching.
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