Including a high efficiency filtration system in your LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) project can possibly qualify your project for additional points under Innovation and Best Management Practices. Refuel can help your facility go beyond any current requirements surrounding fuel conservation, minimizing fuel waste and helping to ensure optimal generator performance and emissions. If your project qualifies for LEED, interval commissioning may be a requirement.
Refuel’s Environmental Impact
If your facility uses annual destruction and replacement to meet existing regulations installing a Refuel filtration system will drastically reduce your carbon foot print.
- Refuel will eliminate the need for the destruction of aging fuel reserves and the associated vehicle carbon emissions
- A proper fuel management system ensures your fuel is maintained at a pristine state enabling your engine to achieve your manufacturer’s intended fuel economy
- Reduce the amount of fuel deliveries required when peak fuel economy is maintained
- By removing water from your fuel system you will greatly reduce the risk of internal corrosion and premature failure of tanks and lines
- Refuel can reduce increased NO 2 emissions by eliminating particulate build up that fouls engine components and reduce particulate not burned during the combustion process
- Help the environment by eliminating the use of harsh chemical additives that artificially maintain stored fuel and potentially increase emissions
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design or LEED is a consensus basedrating system and framework covering the design, construction,operation, and certification of commercial facilities. LEED ratings are recognized and endorsed by the USGBC and the CaGBC as the standard for environmental/green construction and building operations and management.