For the second time in three years, EMS’s fuel monitoring system Fuelsuite is a finalist in the Premier’s Sustainability Awards.

Now entering their 17th year, the awards stand to recognise and celebrate businesses or products that are leading the way towards a more sustainable future for Victoria.

One of three finalists in the Environmental Protection category, Fuelsuite has been recognised for it’s work in leak detection and prevention of environmental hazards cause by fuel leaks.

EMS Managing Director Russell Dupuy spoke about the award nomination and the importance of sustainability in the future of retail petroleum: “whilst the long term future of fossil fuels is well debated, our primary concern is the here and now, in terms of detecting the earliest onset of hydrocarbon release to the environment”.

Fuelsuite was created to combat the lengthy and extended traditional leak identification process that often leads to increased environmental risks. By enabling service stations to collect, collate, publish and analyse high definition data in real time, Fuelsuite empowers service stations to:

  • Prevent harm to the environment and human health
  • Achieve sustainability outcomes for their business operations
  • Address the environmental, social and economic impacts of fuel leaks

The winners of the Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2019 will be announced on October 10.

Environmental Monitoring Solutions Pty Ltd (EMS) has been specializing in Wetstock Management and Automation for the past 30 years. EMS focuses on delivering leading fuel management and automation systems and site monitoring services, which improve financial outcomes for retailers, whilst minimizing environmental risk. For more information, please contact Russell Dupuy, Managing Director for EMS via www.drivingfueliq.com