FUELING DISPENSERS

Did the location have at least the minimum number of grades of gasoline marked with octane stickers per brand standards?

  Yes.
  No.


Were all gas dispensers in good condition and showing current and properly displayed graphics? This question relates to any red Cenex dispensers, whether it is gas only, gas and diesel or gas and alternative fuels.

  Yes. All standards were met.
  There was unauthorized or handwritten signs/decals on dispensers.
  One or more dispensers were damaged or excessively dirty.
  The dispenser was missing an approved pump number, or an octane/product identification decal.
  The dispenser was missing a Cenex logo or the valence and/or skirt were not the correct graphics.
  Dispenser nozzle(s) were the incorrect color. (Gas nozzle covers must be black.)
  The dispenser contained unapproved Cenex graphics.


Were all the diesel-dedicated dispensers showing current and properly displayed graphics? This question relates to any green or green and gray Cenex dispensers.

  Yes. All standards were met.
  There was unauthorized or handwritten signs/decals on dispensers.
  One or more dispensers were damaged, or excessively dirty.
  The dispenser was missing an approved pump number or product
identification decal.
  Dispenser nozzle(s) were the incorrect color. (Diesel nozzle covers must be red or green.)
  The dispenser was missing a Cenex logo or the valances and/or skirt were not the correct graphics.


Were all the alternative dedicated fuel dispensers in good condition and showing current and properly displayed graphics? This question relates only to dispensers that dispense ONLY alternative fuels.

  Yes. All standards were met.
  The dispenser was not white in color or displayed unapproved Cenex graphics.
  A yellow-orange ‘Stop Not Gasoline’ sticker is not present on the dispenser.
  The dispenser did not display the white ‘E-85’ or ‘Flex Fuel’ logo decal and/or the appropriate blend rate decal.
  Nozzle cover was not the correct color. Flex Fuels and/or nozzle covers must be yellow. Kerosene nozzles should be red.
  There was unauthorized or handwritten signs on the dispenser.
  Dispenser nozzle(s) were the incorrect color.
  One or more dispensers were damaged or excessively dirty.


Were all dispensers functional? No more than two nozzles may be out of order.

  Yes. All standards were met.
  More than two nozzles were out of order.
  One or more nozzles were out of order but were not properly bagged.


RED EVALUATION CHECKLIST

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