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NATSO Blog: October 2013

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{NATSO News Weekly} October 14, 2013

Posted in: Our Legislative and Regulatory Issues

EPA Considers Reducing 2014 Renewable Fuel Targets and more...

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Toilet Mounted too Far or Too Close to the Adjacent Wall

Posted in: Truckstop Business, Americans with Disabilities Act

Restrooms are a key area to focus on when providing accessible facilities to your patrons. The requirements listed in the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design are extensive. Today we begin a group of blog posts to help you navigate these restroom requirements.

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What You Missed in the Biz Brief This Week: October 9, 2013

Posted in: Industry Trends & News

In today’s information-overloaded business world, we often find ourselves deluged with literally hundreds of news items from dozens of sources. While it is likely impossible to read every article and remain productive, by not doing so we risk missing the one article that could change a key business practice or thought process. And that is where the NATSO Foundation’s newest publication, Biz Brief, provides assistance! The NATSO Foundation's Biz Brief is a daily collection of the most relevant business intelligence for truckstop and travel plaza operators.

While we think the Biz Brief is a must-read every day, if you only read ten news articles this week, these ten most-clicked Biz Brief articles are the ten to read.

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{NATSO News Weekly} October 7, 2013

Posted in: Our Legislative and Regulatory Issues

ITEP Report Calls for Modernizing Federal Fuel Tax and more...

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What To Do If Your Truckstop Is Robbed

Posted in: Great Ideas, Truckstop Business, Darren's Great Ideas for Independent Operators, Marketing & Retail

As referenced in my last blog post on Eight Tips to Prevent Robbery at Your Truckstop, even if you are executing every preventive measure that is available to you and your staff, it is still possible to be robbed.

Consequently, it is important for every truckstop to have a robbery policy and procedure program in place should a robbery ever happen as not being prepared could have dire results.

The following general recommendations should be used in conjunction with your own company’s robbery action plan. At a minimum, use these recommendations to create the appropriate site-specific plan for your operation.

Important note: Be sure to ask your local law enforcement for their recommendations before following these recommendations.

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What You Missed in the Biz Brief This Week: October 2, 2013

Posted in: Industry Trends & News

In today’s information-overloaded business world, we often find ourselves deluged with literally hundreds of news items from dozens of sources. While it is likely impossible to read every article and remain productive, by not doing so we risk missing the one article that could change a key business practice or thought process. And that is where the NATSO Foundation’s newest publication, Biz Brief, provides assistance! The NATSO Foundation's Biz Brief is a daily collection of the most relevant business intelligence for truckstop and travel plaza operators.

While we think the Biz Brief is a must-read every day, if you only read ten news articles this week, these ten most-clicked Biz Brief articles are the ten to read.

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Tips For Understanding The RINless Biodiesel Market

Posted in: Fuel and Trucking, Biodiesel

Renewable Identification Numbers, also known as RINs, have become the standard for biodiesel blending tracking by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). While RINs can help companies attain important carbon credits, they are not mandatory for all levels of the supply chain.

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