Fuel Filtration, Fuel Testing & Fuel Tank Cleaning Service

Fuel Filtration and Compliance Testing Services in Vermont by Clean Fuels Associates

Clean Fuel Associates is a pioneer and the leader in tank cleaning and fuel filtration and polishing services. We have been expanding and will soon be serving all states. Currently, we are glad to announce that we are now serving Vermont

We are in an era when governments all around the world are pushing for the use of clean energy. However, while greener sources of energy such as wind, solar, and geothermal are making leaps and bounds in development, we are still not in the stage to wean ourselves from oil. In fact, demand for oil is still high, and petroleum companies are finding ways to increase their output. One way of increasing output is by using chemical additives. While using fuel additives is effective in producing more oil, fuel quality suffers. To make up for this, fuel filtration and polishing become important if you want to avoid violating fuel emission rules. 

Clean Fuel Associates provides fuel filtration and polishing solutions to increase fuel quality and minimize emissions. We also provide tank cleaning services as well as fuel sampling and testing. 

The Clean Fuels Associates Story

Back in the 1980s, boat owners were having problems with their fuel tanks. Water was condensing and compromising the purity of fuels. However, it was so expensive to clean fuel tanks back then that it made more sense to simply buy a new one and replace the water-infiltrated fuel tank. 

In 1986 William Hartman and his associates founded Clean Fuel Associates, Inc. and developed a method of removing water from boat fuel tanks. Soon, they realized that the technology they developed had more applications than simply removing water from boat fuel tanks. They discovered that they were able to remove bacteria and fungus, dirt, debris, and even particles. Because the fuel was purified, the result was that the emissions became more environment-friendly. 

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As the technology further developed, the team also discovered newer methods of fuel polishing. They can now remove ethanol and also prevent gasoline oxidation-reduction. 

Fuel Filtration and Polishing Services in Vermont by Clean Fuel Associates 

Our services make it possible to maintain fuel purity even if fuel is stored for extended periods. Fuel bacteria, fungi, dust, and other debris tend to accumulate in fuel tanks. But with our time-tested fuel tank cleaning methods, your fuel will stay pure. We also have testing and compliance services so you can be well-informed on the state of your stored fuel. Among the services we offer are: 

Fuel Tank Repair and Installation 
Fuel Filtration and Polishing 
Fuel Testing and Compliance 

Contact Clean Fuel Associates for Fuel Tank Repair & Fuel Polishing Services in Vermont

We serve all types of customers from residential clients to big oil companies. You can now enjoy our services in Vermont. We are expanding our service to reach the rest of the country soon. Please call 844-694-3230 for more information on our service or visit our Contact Us page to send us a message online. 


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