Archive news for 2 September 2010

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California follows EPA's lead in certifying underground storage tanks

Christopher Goodfellow - 2 September 2010

California's State Water Resources Control Board has followed the EPA's lead in deeming underground Diesel Exhaust Fluid tanks as non-hazardous. A statement from the body said: "The State Water Body has determined that DEF, with an approximate urea solution of 30 percent, is not a hazardous substance as defined in Section 25281 of the...

Training highlights potential DEF contamination issues

Christopher Goodfellow - 2 September 2010

Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) distributor KOST USA is running a series of seminars to educate DEFendal distributors about the correct handling procedure for Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF). Lyle Westerfield, Director of Business Development at KOST USA, told DiscoverDEF that distributors and end users need to be aware of contamination issues which...

NOCO distribution to supply BlueSky DEF

Christopher Goodfellow - 2 September 2010

Lubricant and anti-freeze distributor NOCO is to distribute Prime Lube's BlueSky Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) to New York State, Vermont, New Hampshire and in Ontario. Fred Giese, General Manager at NOCO Distribution, said: "As a fellow ExxonMobil distributor, we've had an ongoing relationship with Prime Lube for nearly seven years. When it...