What you need to know about Diesel Exhaust Fluid this month
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So, we are compiling the top stories this past week on Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) for your reading enjoyment. Don’t forget to subscribe to this blog and stay tuned for our upcoming YouTube channel, where we you will be able to get close and personal with our products, services, and how to videos.
So, back on topic; here are the top 5 news stories for the month on Diesel Exhaust Fluid:
Here we go!
#5 on the list : BRENNTAG, the world’s largest distributor of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), continues to expand their North American DEF infrastructure by installing bulk Diesel Exhaust Fluid tanks at six additional facilities. Read the full story, just click here.
#4 on the list : Canadian Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) network increased by over 60%. It’s really incredible to read that only in the last four months the Canadian DEF pump network has expanded by 63%. The country now has 31 locations offering DEF at the fuel island, compared to 19 in April 2013. Read the full story, just click here.
#3 on the list : DEF tote refill prices slip. We are seeing the downward trend on pricing. The national average for DEF tote refill prices dropped six cents to $1.91 per gallon in the U.S. Read the full story, just click here.
#2 on the list : Fulfilling requirements set down by international and national environmental monitors has become a core strategic interest for the shipping industry. This is an interesting article worth reading. Read the full story, just click here.
#1 On the list : Are you thinking about tampering with your emission system? The Environmental Protection Agency does a lot of equipment evaluations to find evidence of tampering….Read this and let us hear your opinion on it. Read the full story, just click here.
So, there you have it. The top 5 stories on Diesel Exhaust Fluid for the first half of this month.
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