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Skin deep

With most tanks and pipework buried underground it is tempting to just ignore them, but more and more dealers are taking a concerned interest in the health of their systems because the financial penalties if they fail can be fatal for a business. If any fuel leaks into the environment, firms can face unlimited fines and, at the very least, a huge bill and long closure while the mess is cleaned up. And with forecourt sites also becoming much sought-after real estate, any contamination will knock a huge amount off the value of the asset.

Tank to bank

Business is brisk in the tank sector with many dealers either re-lining existing tanks or investing in new ones, according to Phil Prow, sales and marketing director of Vianet Fuel Solutions

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Weekly Fuel Prices 19 June 2017
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East116.8467.90123.89115.71
East Midlands116.1958.90125.25115.27
London116.5858.57125.23115.54
North East115.3759.90124.99114.79
North West116.39124.26115.33
Northern Ireland115.4264.90122.90115.05
Scotland116.4071.90125.06115.09
South East117.1163.90126.62116.05
South West116.69125.72115.56
Wales115.94123.73114.93
West Midlands116.5457.40124.97115.63
Yorkshire & Humber116.1154.90123.66115.16

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