Adler and Allan is helping organisations to keep Britain moving safely and compliantly during the current COVID-19 crisis.
The environmental risk reduction specialist says its core purpose is to help public and private sector businesses understand and manage their environmental risks, reducing the impact to the environment, their operation and their reputation.
In this time of national crisis, it has modified its procedures to safeguard its employees and customers health, and strictly follows the guidelines for essential services published by the Government.
Teams from Adler and Allan are supporting the effort to feed the nation by providing fuel deliveries, fleet fuel infrastructure maintenance and temporary expansion for supermarkets and other logistics organisations as well as emergency services.
Ensuring continuity of power is of critical importance at this challenging time. Modern biodiesels risk that continuity as they attract water, causing microbial contamination in tanks and exposing hospitals and other critical services to considerable operational risk.
Adler and Allan is providing regular tank testing and maintenance as well as fuel polishing to ensure the nations generators will provide power when required.
Bob Contreras, executive chairman, said: “The safety of our colleagues and customers is of paramount importance and we rigorously follow all HSE and Government advice on any work we carry out.
“Adler and Allan is proud to support many infrastructure projects that are critical to the nation’s efforts to deal with the current coronavirus crisis.
“We are supporting our clients by providing maintenance of critical assets and response services to organisations across emergency services, military, supermarket, utilities, data centres, local authorities, forecourts, highways and rail operations.
“Our 24/7 UK-wide response services for incidents involving a range of oil, chemicals and other contaminants together with treatment of hazardous waste are also critical for keeping people safe and protecting the environment.”