Walden’s experience and technical knowledge in fueling systems plus our design and construction oversight skills can help your business track fuel usage, reduce fuel loss and increase your control on assets well into the future. We approach each and every project as an opportunity to improve your bottom line; whether that means designing and implementing a fuel management system, updating an old one, or ordering new parts – we do it all.
Secure Fuel Usage
Many municipalities and private fleet operators have trouble with theft or mishandling of fuel by employees. Walden can design, install and mobilize a fuel management system that will allow you to stop theft by restricting fueling operations to the vehicles and people authorized by you.
Fuel management systems installed by Walden track fueling transaction details so you can hold the user accountable for any discrepancies related to vehicle usage, damage, or loss of fuel.
Walden designs fuel management systems that track vehicles, allowing you to compare the information on the vehicle to the data entered by the customer. This information is used by clients to analyze vehicle information such as miles traveled, fuel usage, tank storage, etc. Clients can use this data to manage fleets more effectively and schedule fuel deliveries in step with demand and cost points.
Alternative Fuels Compatibility
Walden can implement a fuel management system that can assign fuel types authorized for each vehicle, eliminating the potential for incorrect fueling and resultant engine damage. The fuel management systems also document and account for consumption of different fuels, making fuel orders and deliveries easier to manage.
Collect Odometer/Hour Readings
Fuel management software can document information on vehicles such as run time, odometer reading and miles per gallon fuel efficiency. The availability of such information will help you keep track of your fleet and vehicle maintenance needs.
Track Vehicle Efficiency and Fuel Consumption
Walden can develop fuel management systems that help maintain vehicle efficiency by monitoring the fuel consumption and efficiency of your fleet.
Track Idle Times
Idle time reporting is an integral component of fuel management systems. This information allows fleet managers to identify and train staff who do not comply with vehicle operating rules.
Fuel management systems can be programmed to issue alerts to notify operators when vehicles need maintenance based on engine codes or miles traveled. This function allows for more effective vehicle maintenance programs and extends the life of the fleet vehicles.
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Working with Walden is vastly different than any other job I’ve ever had. The creative and friendly nature as well as the academic and challenging work is very rewarding for a consultant. As a new professional, I appreciate the ability to work on a variety of jobs, while being surrounded by experienced professionals eager to aide in my learning. Being a small company, Walden takes on many large and interesting projects that most small firms would not be able to handle, while maintaining the personal benefits a small company can provide. Moving from California to New York to work with Walden is the best decision I could have made for my career and personal happiness. "
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MOSF Cost Evaluation
Walden performed a cost benefit analysis for the conversion from Number 6 Fuel Oil to Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel at a Major Oil Storage Facility (MOSF).