The recent release of Spain’s Royal Decree 706/2017 means that forecourt owners could fall foul of site inspections and potentially receive fines if found to be non-compliant. New legislation often brings with it new challenges, not least understanding exactly how that new legislation impacts a business and what must be done to comply.
Gilbarco Veeder-Root’s promise of Customer first, every action, every day drives the company to continually strive to empower forecourt owners with the solutions to take their operating profits to the next level. This not only means offering products and services to support their business but industry guidance and advice as well.
The complexity of the Royal Decree law means that specialists in European and local Spanish legislation have been brought into the think tank to fully understand the rules and deliver the right advice for Gilbarco Veeder-Root’s customers. Industry legislation specialist Mike Melnyk said “Gilbarco Veeder-Root is aware that European environmental legislation and its national implementation is becoming increasingly complex, so we need to focus on making sure we help our customers comply in the easiest possible way”
Marketing Director Eric Denivelle said, “We want to help our customers avoid any potential fines as a result of this update to the Royal Decree. Our products and services can assist them greatly at this time, but more importantly we want them to know they can rely on us for support in all areas of the forecourt”
The Spanish decree only affects forecourts in Spain and if you are concerned about how this could impact your business you can find out more by following this link: http://realdecreto-706-2017.es/