The EPA strongly recommends that gas station and fleet facility owners regularly inspect their above-ground fuel storage tanks. The practice helps prevent leaks and proactively addresses contamination issues. Continue reading
When purchasing wholesale fuel in bulk, gas station owners often tend to make crippling mistakes that are actually quite easy to avoid.
This blog overviews the two biggest mistakes gas station owners make when purchasing wholesale fuel in bulk and discusses how you can avoid them. Continue reading
When you are away, the mob will play.
And expectedly, in a bad, unfair and destructive way.
They will cause damage. In fact, plenty of damage. To your forecourt and the restrooms.Of all types: smashed LCDs, graffiti-painted dispensers and structural supports, broken toilet paper holders… you name it. And expect it. Perhaps, even worse. Continue reading
No matter where you go, gas stations can be easily found. Setting up a gas station franchise is a lucrative business, no doubt, but it’s always competitive. Very competitive—which means you have to up your marketing game.
Here are some things that you can include in your marketing plan. Continue reading
In our previous blogs, we discussed in detail how to prevent and detect UST leaks at gas stations and other UST facilities.
But what should you do if a leak happens?
What immediate actions should you take? Who should you contact? How should you proceed to managing and controlling the leak? Continue reading
OPW UST EVR Training Certification
OPW invites you to attend their UST EVR Training Certification class.
Description: The OPW EVR live certification course provides attendees a hand’s on opportunity to install and service all of the OPW UST EVR Phase One System Components listed on the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Executive Order. Attendees will use the tools provided in class while performing basic installation and routine maintenance of phase one components. There is no experience necessary and the class is free. There will be an open book test at the conclusion of the class and with a passing grade you will receive a 2 year certification.
When: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Where: Hilton Garden Inn – 800 Hall of Fame Ave. – Springfield, MA 01105
IMPORTANT: Please contact us at 1.800.451.4021 or email us here ASAP to reserve a spot with the attendee name, company name & email address. Please note: all (3) bits of information are needed in order to officially register the attendee for the training class.
Enrollment will be on a first come first serve basis. If registration is low there is a possibility that training sessions may be cancelled.
The John W. Kennedy Company appreciates your business and continued support!
Here, at the John W. Kennedy Company, we’ve talked a lot about gas station safety.
Like for example, how to prevent fires, how to prevent spills, how to ensure safe refueling of underground storage tanks etc. Continue reading