Construction Industry Leads the Way in Modern Fuel Management, says Cameron Forecourt Thursday 6 November 2014 PDF Print The new initiative has placed emphasis on improving the management of fuel to increase efficiency and make the process more cost-effective The reaction follows a report in online magazine Construction News Plus stating that the industry has taken a new stance when it comes to sustainability, with fuel management being high on their list of priorities in order to reduce its overall carbon footprint. The move is seen as the continuation of a voluntary target implemented in 2008 that was designed to promote the reduction in operational emissions by 15 per cent. It was something that was well received by the industry as a whole, and highlighted the fact that sustainability and commercial success are not mutually exclusive concepts within construction. The new initiative has placed emphasis on improving the management of fuel to increase efficiency and make the process more cost-effective, as well as the obvious reductions in companies’ carbon footprint. To do this, many businesses have pledged to ensure they only source their fuel from merchants or vendors who have adopted modern fuel management methods. As far as fuel management is concerned, this is an important step towards fuel companies investing in these methods to promote sustainability. A spokesperson for Cameron Forecourt, leaders in the field of fuel management solutions, has released a statement in response to the report: ‘It is refreshing to see highly-respected professionals from the construction industry voicing their support for investment in modern fuel management systems. It proves that the way fuel is distributed, through gauges and controls, can play a huge role in sustainability efforts around the world. Commercial success does not have to be sacrificed in order to achieve the environmental goals that we all share.’ Cameron Forecourt is the UK’s leading fuelling solutions specialists. Founded in 1980, the company is a well-established name in the fuel management industry. Highly respected in their field, the team specialise in the supply, installation and maintenance of fuel tanks, diesel tanks, fuel pumps, diesel pumps, fuel management systems, tank gauging systems and associated pump control systems to both the commercial and retail sectors. The firm is privately owned, employing approximately 40 service and installation engineers strategically placed throughout the country. This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Cameron Forecourt in the following categories: Manufacturing, Engineering & Energy, Transport & Logistics, Construction & Property, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.