The Fuel Polishing process utilizes the latest technology available in todays market place, utilizing depth media, centrifuges, coalescers and 3-micron filters. Using our patented, propietary process we are able to repair 90% of the diesel fuel. 

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Drew Fuel Services is licensed by the EPA(EPA FLR000235903), States, Counties and Municipalities to provide Fuel Polishing and Waste Transportation Services. 

Fuel Polishing services exceeds ASTM standards, currently largest in our space, self-perform all aspects of the project, operate the largest fuel polishing fleet, remediate, recycle and clean, more fuel than any company in the eastern seaboard.

Over the past 10 years, our technicians have been deployed to numerous natural disasters, fuel polishing and testing millions of gallons diesel fuel for major telecommunications, government agencies, military, municipalities, utility companies, hospitals, and gas stations throughout the nation.

We test all fuel to ASTM standards in our laboratory, provide before and after testing for fuel polishing, utilize DOT 412 vacuum trucks to remove all water, provide fuel filtration to 3 micron and self perform the entire project.

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We are recognized as the leader in our industry, providing service to 80% of the largest companies in the United States.

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On site you can expect the safest and most professional team in the industry.  Our systems are built to the strictest standards and are continually cleaned and inspected eliminating cross contamination. More importantly, our fuel polishing process in most cases does not disrupt service and is certified by a 3rd party.

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  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • South Carolina
  • North Carolina
  • Tennessee
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  • Mississippi
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  • Lousiana
  • Texas
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