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Clean Emission Fluids

cleanemissionfluids.com

Stage

Dead | Dead

Total Raised

$830K

About Clean Emission Fluids

Clean Emission Fluids is a manufacturer of fueling and fluid dispensing solutions and reseller of Biofuels, Clean Diesel and other emission related fluids for the transportation industry. The company manufactures fueling and fluid dispensing solutions for the transportation industry, termed FAST for Fluids Affordably Stored. FAST is rapidly deployable infrastructure designed specifically for Biofuels, Clean Diesel Fluids such as Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), and Fuel Additives. FAST enables fleet operators, truck stops, gas stations and municipal fleets to store and dispense the multitude of fluids and fuels to compete profitably through variable ratio, on demand fueling operations. FAST distributes infrastructure costs across multiple fluids and fuels in scalable equipment platform that can be reconfigured to meet changing market demands.

Headquarters Location

440 Burroughs Street Suite 312

Detroit, Michigan, 48202,

United States

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Clean Emission Fluids Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Clean Emission Fluids's headquarters?

    Clean Emission Fluids's headquarters is located at 440 Burroughs Street, Detroit.

  • What is Clean Emission Fluids's latest funding round?

    Clean Emission Fluids's latest funding round is Dead.

  • How much did Clean Emission Fluids raise?

    Clean Emission Fluids raised a total of $830K.

  • Who are the investors of Clean Emission Fluids?

    Investors of Clean Emission Fluids include Automation Alley.

  • Who are Clean Emission Fluids's competitors?

    Competitors of Clean Emission Fluids include Lynntech, Benefuel, LS9, Propel Fuels, Hawaii BioEnergy and 11 more.

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