Royal Shrewsbury Hospital had an existing aged fuel storage facility which fed a combination of both emergency generators and heating applications.
The structural integrity of the aged 250,000 litre tank was compromised and the fuel stored on site was out of specification due to high levels of water and contamination. In addition, there was no visibility of what was in each tank and if the fuel that was stored was fit for purpose.
It was identified that a range of services would be required to ensure the fuel stored on site would meet the required specification.
These services included a combination of
- tank decommissioning
- installation of a new tank,
- fuel uplift and transfer
- tank cleaning.