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3 Important Reasons to Create Your Own UST ‘Birth Certificate’

As many fuel sites look to replace their aging underground storage tanks (USTs) in the next 10 years, station operators have an opportunity to simultaneously improve their recordkeeping by creating a “birth certificate” for their new underground fueling equipment.


5 Ways Operator Intervention Leads to Crisis Prevention at Convenience Stores

As the c-store associates most likely to be the first to respond to a critical fuel site situation, B and C operators are instrumental in maintaining the safety of customers, coworkers and their surroundings, as well as preventing avoidable remediation costs.

Underground storage tanks (USTs) at many convenience stores are reaching retirement age, and as such, many fuel site operators are preparing to replace their storage tanks. Here are four things to consider before signing a purchase order.

Are you considering upgrading your C-store’s fueling equipment to offer higher ethanol blends? To maintain a pressure-tight system, materials compatibility is a critical consideration during new installations and upgrades for ethanol blends.

Convenience store operators need to be prepared to respond strategically to these price hikes in order to preserve customer loyalty.

Here are answers to three frequently asked questions about the emerging fuel.

As many operators prepare to replace tanks, here's what every operator needs to know about insurance policies for existing and new tanks.

Here are five indicators that there could be better-than-expected sales of traditional fuels in the future.

Some of the most common questions customers ask convenience store operators concern fuel prices.

Having an awareness of the up-and-coming fuels can help convenience store operators prepare their infrastructure for the product mix of the future.

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