October 2012-September 2013: Post Hurricane Sandy, Emergency Services Fuel Corp provided 24 hour 7 day a week truck to truck refueling for one of New York city hospital‘s Emergency generators. Uninterrupted full service fueling allowed the Hospital to rebuild a new Emergency Room wing, and maintain their mission to provide uninterrupted service to their patients.
October 2012: Before, during and after Hurricane Sandy, Emergency Services Fuel Corp. provided emergency response to NYC hospitals, hotels, condominiums, data centers and fueled bucket trucks in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania for a major utility company, assisting in the restoration of lost power.
October 2011: Emergency Services Fuel Corp. responded to numerous emergency situations supporting clients throughout the Tri-State area as a result of the rare and severe October snowstorm.
August 2011: Emergency Services Fuel Corp. provided emergency services to various locations in New York City, Westchester County, Rockland County and New Jersey in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.
May – June 2009: Emergency Services Fuel Corp. provided on-site consulting to a prestigious hospital in New York City, providing fuel to their emergency generators. During a twenty-five day time frame and with the help of Emergency Services Fuel Corp, the hospital was able to maintain its mission and provide uninterrupted service to its patients.
July – September 2007: Emergency Services Fuel Corp. established its mobile fueling station at a data services facility in Melville, New York. to sustain six emergency generators. These generators were used to supply emergency power for a seven week period during the replacement of all electrical equipment due to basement flooding. Uninterrupted full service fueling allowed the company to continue their data operations at this major site.
July – August 2006: Emergency Services provided on-site consulting to a fashion retailer’s main office, keeping their generators fueled for uninterrupted full service due to a massive power outage in Queens, New York for twenty-one days; this allowed the company to continue their everyday data operations at this major site.