The Coronavirus is having a profound impact on every industry—including ours.
We take the safety of our team and partners very seriously and have been working diligently behind the scenes to ensure our business is able to maintain operations and service our customers globally. We recognize that your business serves as part of the essential infrastructure and relies on parts and services from Veeder-Root and, as we all eagerly await a return to normalcy, we want to keep you informed of issues that may affect your business.
As always, if you have questions or concerns, please reach out to your local representative, distributor, or to our customer service (800-873-3313) and technical support (800-323-1799) teams.
VEEDER-ROOT TEAMS SHOWING THEIR SUPPORT DURING COVID-19
Many of our associates have family on on the front line of the COVID-19 crisis, and all of us depend on them to support our health and well-being. At our facility in Altoona, PA, teams have been pitching in to help by creating intubation shields and 3D printed masks to support local healthcare networks.Read More
EPA TEMPORARY ENFORCEMENT DISCRETION POLICY
The United States Environmental Protection Agency has selected August 31, 2020, as the termination date for the temporary enforcement discretion policy, which retroactively began on March 13, 2020, applying to EPA enforcement of environmental legal obligations during COVID-19 pandemic.Read the full article
GUIDELINES FOR USING ATGS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
As essential businesses, gas stations and convenience stores must take new safety precautions for every aspect of their operation – including sanitizing shared fueling equipment like TLS-3XX and TLS-4XX Series Automatic Tank Gauges.Read our guidance
CONNECTING REMOTELY TO VEEDER-ROOT TANK GAUGES
During the COVID-19 pandemic it’s critically important for business owners and operators to be able to connect remotely to their tank gauges and retrieve data about the status of their fueling sites, while social distancing.Learn more about your options
U.S. CARES ACT AND COVID-19 RELIEF PROGRAMS
The U.S. Treasury has made a number of new programs available to help small businesses dealing with the financial stress of the Coronavirus pandemic through the recently passed U.S. CARES Act.Learn more about available relief programs