Fuel Tank Cleaning & Fuel Filtration Service in North Carolina by Clean Fuels Associates

To help our planet recoup from the damage of fossil fuel emissions, stricter environmental regulations have brought about changes in how things are done and what fuels can be used. This is where clean fuels come in. Due to the need to continue fixing the problem with pollution, cleaner fuels that don’t produce noxious fumes are now a must and in North Carolina, Clean Fuels Associates Inc. is the company you can trust with this.

With the cleaner fuels that Clean Fuels Associates provides, you not only help the environment by reducing toxic emissions but you also help reduce overhead costs for engine repairs brought about by fuel contaminated with dirt and other residue. Now, you can rest assured that your clean fuel needs are met with the use of state-of-the-art fuel cleaning technology, and this is now available in the state of North Carolina. 

Filtration and Fuel Tank Cleaning in North Carolina

Aside from providing you with the clean fuel that you need, we also have a long list of services that you can avail of. Clean Fuels Associates can help you with the following:

Fuel tank installation and repair

Commercial fuel services

Fuel filtration services

Vacuum truck services

Fuel testing and compliance

Marine Fuel Services

•and many more

About Clean Fuels Associates 

In 1986, our company was by Mr. William Hartman and his partners to address boat engine problems, with a focus on fixing the condensation that builds up in fuel tanks, which causes water to course through the motor. In those 80s, cleaning fuel tanks was very dangerous and rather costly.  The solution boat owners turned to due since it was more economical at that time was to get rid of the old tank and to just buy a new one. 

With the introduction of new technologies that allowed for the cleaning of fuel by removing debris and water from it, Clean Fuels Associates was born. We can clean fuel with the removal of bacteria, particles, and other debris that can build-up in diesel fuel tanks. We can also revitalize fuel with methods that remove impurities and other contaminants. These methods help make fuel safer for use on equipment and engines while helping keep harmful emissions low, as per Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guidelines. 

Since every single one of our associates are EPA and HAZWOPER certified, you don’t have to worry about the quality of our work. You can rest assured that what you get is of the highest standard in the industry.

Clean Fuels Associates is also proud to be the only tank and fuel cleaning entity that utilizes cutting-edge equipment, which meets and even exceeds state safety and OSHA standards. This equipment also meets DOT and EPA regulations. Aside from these, our company is also a registered Hazardous Materials Recycling Facility. This means we track and guarantee proper disposal of any and all Hazardous Material that is generated by our work and our clients. This is in accordance with state and federal legislation along with other regulatory compliances. 

With Clean Fuels Associates, you can rest assured that what we do comes with a 30 day guarantee. This means that if you encounter problems within 30 days after our service or have not received a new fuel delivery, our team will come back and redo the job perfectly and absolutely free of charge. Clean Fuels Associates is also a federal contractor, permitted to bid and work on jobs at the federal, state, and local levels. 

For Cleaner Fuel in North Carolina, Clean Fuels Associates is the Company to Call

Whenever you need services such as fuel cleaning or fuel filtration, in North Carolina, the company you should call is Clean Fuel Associates. You can contact us by calling 844-694-3230 or you can visit our Contact Us page and fill out our form there.

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