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There is plenty of stored fuel across the country. This includes gas stations, fire stations, police stations, and even some lesser-known buildings...
Fuel contamination has become a growing concern in recent years, as changes in fuel composition have created an environment where microbes can grow more easily than ever before. While microbial problems were once thought to be easily controlled by managing water buildup, this is no longer the case. As a result, storage tanks across the country are facing an impending microbial problem that could have serious consequences for those who rely on stored fuel.
In this episode, we will delve into the world of fuel contamination and explore the testing options available for detecting and preventing microbial growth. We'll discuss the reasons for the increase in microbial problems in recent years, the importance of testing your fuel sample quickly and thoroughly, and the various types of microbial tests available. We'll also provide tips for taking larger fuel samples and using biocides to combat microbial issues. Whether you have fuel in storage or simply want to learn more about this growing problem, this episode is a must-listen for anyone concerned about fuel contamination.