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Knowing the Codes

Working in the trades we find that issues related to codes can come up on a daily basis. I recently heard about a contractor that was doing a large commercial job involving several thousand dollars in equipment and material. The job was shut down for two reasons. One, code violations. ...

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When Do You Get Your Report Card?

  Energy company owners are typically very good at preparing their operations to serve their customers. Vehicle fleets are always a focus as they deliver the products and services being offered. Customer service training, robust technology systems, purchasing/hedging and a good marketing campaign are other areas successful markets focus on. ...

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Nozzle Knowledge

Many of you I’m sure have had situations during a service call where you found that a nozzle failed and you replaced it. Why the nozzle failed was most likely that it was plugged with sludge, as that black stuff is commonly called. Let’s be sure we first understand the ...

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On Federal Tax Credits and a State Energy Plan

First, we take note of late-breaking news: Congress adjourned before the holidays without renewing a number of expiring tax breaks, including a $1 per gallon biodiesel blenders’ tax credit set to expire on Dec. 31. The New England Fuel Institute, noting this development in a “Legislative Update” said it will ...

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