One Call does it all. The most critical infrastructure in the Eastern Seaboard put their trust in Drew Fuel Services. We have been providing the most critical facilities with unparalleled services including; Petroleum Filtration, Tank Cleanings, Waste Removal, Petroleum Testing, Emergency Services and Petroleum Tank Inspections.
With the most advanced techniques, and vacuum trucks rest assured we have the ability to recycle fuel even in the most difficult tanks. We provide before and after ASTM testing to ensure all contaminants are removed leaving you fuel as clean as the day it was delivered.
We have the knowledge and “know how” to clean your most difficult tanks. With our waste minimization process, drying, cleaning and specialized equipment we can substantially reduce your costs. All our tank cleaning processes exceed industry standards.
Catch Basin Cleanings (Storm Drains)
DFS has the knowledge and “know how” to clean your storm drains. With our waste minimization process, of skimming, cleaning and specialized manufactured equipment we can substantially reduce your costs. Our catch basin cleaning processes exceed industry standards.
DFS is the one source disposal solution for the financial industry. We offer numerous recycling programs for absorbents, filters, contaminated fuel, fuels, sludges, solids, oil and petroleum contact water.
Our Mobile Fuel Laboratories are available 7 days a week 365 days a year. Our services and testing expertise is to ASTM, MIL and numerous other industry standards. We have numerous testing packages and services agreements that were created strictly for the Telecommunications industry that comply with numerous regulatory requirements.
Drew Fuel Services is the leader in Petroleum Spill Response. Through our core partnerships throughout the eastern seaboard we can respond quickly to any size spill. We have provided support, equipment, and personnel to disasters, such as Hurricane Sandy, Hurricane Wilma, Hurricane Katrina, South East Ice Storms 2014, Arctic Blasts 2014, New England Blizzards of 2015.