CHANTILLY, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Alexander C. Marcus, Managing Director of ESI Environmental Solutions Deutschland, GmbH, will present “Due Diligence: The Case for Investment in Diesel Fuel Quality Systems Management™ at the Data Centre World Conference & Expo in London on Thursday, 28th February, 2013, 11:30 a.m., in the Facilities Theatre. Diesel Fuel Quality Systems Management™ is a new, systemic approach that attacks and eliminates a facility’s toughest diesel fuel quality problems before they occur.
“This is a source of increasing concern to our larger data center customers”
“I am privileged and honored to be presenting at Data Centre World London,” says Marcus. “I consider this to be a knowledge transfer event in which European attendees will take away highly impactful learnings about risks that may be occurring at their facilities right now. This topic is so important that it will completely change existing perspectives on diesel fuel quality management and systemic facility risks.”
Alex Marcus is also President of ESI Total Fuel Management, a U.S. manufacturer and diesel fuel quality service provider with 18 years experience developing and delivering the patented Clean Fuel System™. Clean Fuel System, which Marcus invented, is the most effective diesel fuel decontamination and cleaning system available, eliminating Diesel Pest and other threats that can occur in stored diesel fuel. Clean Fuel System is preferred in data centers, government and commercial facilities throughout Europe, the U.S., and the Middle East.
“One interesting aspect of my presentation is the fact that we see diesel fuel quality threats occurring on a much larger and more frequent scale,” states Marcus. Unusually violent weather events in the U.S., like Hurricane Sandy and the Derecho storm, caused massive disruptions to data centers and their supply chains in 2012.
“This is a source of increasing concern to our larger data center customers,” Marcus continues, “but our proven diesel fuel quality management model has enabled them to maintain business continuity, even in the most unforeseen circumstances. This is one of the most important bodies of knowledge in the critical power facility world today.”