Men Vs Women- Who Is More Likely To Misfuel?

Misfuel numbers point to around 150,000 incidents a year in the UK alone, that is one every three and a half minutes. If it has just happened to you, you are certainly not alone. Diesel misfuelling is easily done. An unleaded pump nozzle is smaller in diameter than a diesel nozzle and so fits ...

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Are You Disposing Of Your Waste Fuels Safely?

All hazardous materials pose a risk to both people and the environment. Diesel fuels and other petroleum-based materials are particularly dangerous and, since they are among the most widely transported hazardous materials, special attention ought to be given to their treatment. Here are some ...

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A History Of Petrol

The modern history of petroleum began in the 19th century with the refining of paraffin from crude oil. The Scottish chemist James Young in 1847 noticed a natural petroleum seepage in the Riddings Colliery at Alfreton from which he distilled a light thin oil suitable for use as lamp oil, at the ...

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How Red Diesel Saves You Money

Cutting the costs of regular expenses is becoming more and more important, as the costs of things continue to raise. If you have been thinking about how Red Diesel can save you money, then you have definitely come to the right place. The information within this blog will help you make the ...

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Merry Christmas From Everyone At Fuel Sucks

All of the staff at Fuel Sucks would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. If you do need a fuel collection please note that no fuel collections will take place over the Christmas period from Friday 22nd December to 2nd January. If you do have fuel which you would like collecting before this ...

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Fuel Prices Set To Rise Upto 12p A Litre Before Christmas

Petrol motorists have been warned that petrol prices could rise by up to 8p a litre before Christmas. If you’re a diesel driver, its even worse news as forecourt prices are up by as much as 12p a litre by Christmas. The forecast comes following the increase in the price of Brent crude ...

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TYPES OF FUEL FOR GENERATORS

When it comes to back up power sources a generator works best at giving you the power source you need to run equipment and appliances. But you should be careful what type of fuel your generator runs on as there are several options but not all of them are ideal depending on your situation. What ...

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Warning over build-up of air pollution at traffic lights

Drivers have been advised that making small adjustments to their car’s ventilation system can dramatically reduce their exposure to air pollution. A study carried out by experts at the University of Surrey found that closing windows and turning off fans while a car is stationary can reduce the ...

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New Urban Tanker Coming Soon!

New Urban Artic with rear steer is on schedule for delivery in November. This will give Fuel Sucks even more flexibility to meet with our clients specific, unique, demanding and specialist requirements. Fuel Sucks Ltd now have in excess of 150,00 litres of road transport uplift capacity spread ...

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Diesel and petrol car ban: Plan for 2040 unravels as 10 new power stations needed to cope with electric revolution

Plans to ban the sale of new diesel and petrol cars by 2040 in a bid to encourage people to buy electric vehicles are a “tall order” and will place unprecedented strain on the National Grid, motoring experts have warned. Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, has warned that ...

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