Bulk Fuel Australia News

Bringing you the latest news in fuel management systems

This month’s photo isn’t strictly from a staff member – but they’re a great local business and we certainly consider our fleet supplier Motorama Toyota Moorooka part of our team.

 

We're fortunate to enjoy excellent fuel quality in Australia, with regulations and laws such as the Fuel Quality Standards Act of 2000 promoting clean diesel and other fuels. But contaminated diesel fuel is still a problem that drivers and fleet owners need to be aware of.

 

Every user of bulk fuel in Australia needs to know about the Australian government's fuel schemes programme. This forward-thinking initiative provides businesses and non-businesses with fuel tax credits. It aims to promote the recycling of fuels that would otherwise have gone to waste and, at the same time, bring down costs. So, it benefits both our beautiful planet and our hip-pockets. It's a win-win situation. Here's a lowdown of what you need to know. 

 

Once most common in trucks and commercial vehicles, diesel-powered cars are now increasingly popular and abundant in Australia. Advances in technology means that Australians are embracing the higher torque, better fuel economy, lower maintenance and longer lifespan of a quality diesel engine.

 

As anyone who works in the earthmoving business knows, refuelling can be slow, impractical, expensive and inefficient. But, the good news is, Bulk Fuel Australia's fuel for earthmoving services can make things more convenient, more fuel-efficient and less costly.

 

Fuel quality in Australia is ensured through high government standards, designed not only to better protect the environment but to ensure that clean petrol and diesel is also good for your engine.

 

Flammable and combustible liquids make up the largest component of the group of substances known as ‘hazardous chemicals’. In the first of our two-part guide to flammable and combustible liquids, we explained what flammable and combustible liquids are – and the difference between the two.

 

In the first of our two-part guide to flammable and combustible liquids, we’re going to explain what a flammable and/or combustible liquid is – and the difference between the two.

 

Are you really maximising the efficiency of your on-site plant equipment and vehicles? On-site refuelling can make a measurable difference.

Here are our 9 top benefits of on-site refuelling with Bulk Fuel Australia.

 

Diesel – where did it come from? How is it different? Why is a turbo-diesel car better? Here are the five key facts everyone should know about diesel – as a fuel and as an engine.