Introduction

We take fuel quality testing samples from the base of fuel tanks to ensure we test for all contamination. We test for varieties of diesel bug, water content, sludge and sediment to identify the causes of fleet and equipment issues. You will receive a full report with your fuel quality testing results and any recommendations for remediation.

Key Benefits

  • Regular fuel quality testing to monitor levels of water and diesel bug and take informed action
  • Identify diesel bug contamination before it clogs filters, causes damage and reduces efficiency
  • Identify issues quickly to reduce maintenance costs – some of our clients have reported up to a £3,000 saving
  • We take samples from the base of fuel tanks, rather than the nozzle to ensure all contamination is identified
  • Receive a full report with recommendations for fuel remediation

Why Choose Green Spark

Our experience with fuel quality testing ensures your results are accurate and useful.  We ensure your sample is taken from the right place and test against a variety of contaminants to give you the full picture.  You will receive a comprehensive report including your analysis results and the most effective recommendations for addressing any issues.

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Contact Us

Get in touch with Green Spark today and see how we can help you with pollution risk management, environmental services and fuel quality management.

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