Clayton, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 14, 2009 -- Fuel Storage Solutions Limited (FSS), http://www.fuelstoragesolutions.co.uk based in Clayton, has been awarded the contract to provide Aspire Defence Services Limited (ADSL) with fuel storage advice and installation services at several MoD sites in the South of England. This service for ADSL forms part of Project Allenby/Connaught.
Project Allenby/Connaught, the largest infrastructure Private Finance Initiative project ever let by the Ministry of Defence, has one simple mission â to make life better for nearly 19,000 soldiers (20% of the British Army) by providing modern, high quality, fully serviced, purpose-built living and working accommodation.
Aspire Defence, a Joint Venture between Carillion and KBR, is delivering this strategically important task through a fully integrated partnership and detailed planning to meet the significant logistical challenge involved.
FSS helps companies to meet the legal requirements for oil, diesel and petrol storage, as well as waste recycling.
Managing Director, Jonathan Barnett, said: "Companies who use fuels such as diesel and oil, have to meet a number of legal obligations with regards to its storage, and ultimately its disposal when it is no longer required. What we do at FSS is provide a range of services to enable them to meet these legal requirements, at the same time helping companies look at ways of recycling and re-using waste products."
"For a small family-run company to secure such a significant contract is amazing, particularly in the current economic climate, and I hope it will give a boost to many other small businesses at this difficult time."