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Clean Fuels Pennsylvania

Your business cannot run without power.

Pennsylvania is already preparing for harsh weather this winter, you should too. The fact is most of the power still comes from petroleum products. When it comes to emergency power, fuel failure is not an option. Our fuel and tank maintenance services can help your business stay functional and your fuel ready.

Pennsylvania Facilities Managers Association works hard to assist you by providing you with business and programs that can help you run your facility effectively. That is why we are here. Clean Fuels Associates is proud to be apart of supporting the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with their mission critical infrastructures. From hospitals to correction facilities, and from wastewater management to data centers – we work hard to keep you prepared with your fuel ready and reliable.

Power on Clean Fuels PA

Power on Clean Fuels PA

Your investment today will save you money tomorrow.

Do I Need Clean Fuel?

Yes. All of the fluids in an emergency power system need to be tested on a periodic basis for stabilization, bacteria, corrosion, etc. Especially with today’s regulataions on what preservatives can be placed in fuel, it have become much more chemically active. If maintained properly, fuel can be stored and relied on indefinitely.

How Does Fuel Change?

Due to the use fo the equipment (or lack of) and natural changes related to the chemistry of fluids, changes occur to the make-up of the fuel and it’s readiness. Testing the fuel today can help you save thousands tomorrow. Our fuel sampling is done by an expert third party lab that unbiasedly tests your fuel.

Why Choose Clean Fuels?

  • 65+ Years of Technical Fuel Polishing & Maintenance Experience
  • EPA Registered Hazardous Waste recyclers.
  • Accurate & Complete Fuel Manifest Upon Completion
  • Green Certified Business & Service


Whether you are running a hospital, general practice or emergency services facility you have lives at stake under the most critical conditions. Your employees need to perform their duties uninterrupted when the power goes out. The cost of a power outage at your facility is immeasurable. One fuel filtration service per year for your diesel tank is quite possibly a life saving preventative maintenance practice.

You know your fuel needs attention and maintenance along with all your equipment. NFPA 110 now requires that all generator tanks which provide emergency power to facilities in which “a power failure could endanger life and safety” must pass an ASTM D975 test once per year. The Annex to the new code specifies that “special attention shall be paid to sampling the bottom of the storage tank to verify the stored fuel is as clean and dry as practicable…”. The Joint commission issued a release in 2006: “To assure optimal safety during catastrophes, health care organizations are encouraged to go beyond the minimum NFPA life safety requirements and to conduct thorough vulnerability analyses of their facilities.”

State and local building codes also incorporate NFPA 110. If your business or property has an emergency generator to preserve safety or life in the event of a power outage, this rule requires you to test and maintain those generator systems and the fuel stored within the tanks. Your generator maintenance company, undoubtedly, takes great care of the generator itself, but they typically don’t maintain the fuel over the months and years it sits, waiting to be used. The NFPA 110 states that “Provisions shall be made to remediate fuel that is stale or contaminated…”.