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Rural properties offer a number of unique challenges due to their remote location. For instance, many rural homes are not connected to the main gas grid, so have to rely on alternative fuel options, such as oil central heating. When storing fuel onsite, it is important that you do so in a way that is safe, secure, and responsible. There are many different storage solutions available on the market. Bunded oil tanks ensure that your storage complies with environmental legislation and are considered the safest and most efficient way to store heating oil. With this in mind, here are the top reason..
There is a huge variety of fuel storage options on the market today and oil tanks come in a wide range of different sizes and styles. Having a bunded oil tank installed on your property offers a number of benefits such as - protecting your fuel from leaks and theft, saving you money by allowing you to buy your fuel in bulk and also allowing you to create a home off the main grid. To get the most out of your investment, it is important that you choose an oil tank that is the most appropriate size for your property and needs (there is no point buying a 2500 litre tank if you only ever order 1000..
Bunded oil tanks come in a wide variety of sizes and styles - from plastic to steel and single-skinned to double bunded. Whether it’s time to replace an old tank or install a brand new one, it’s vital that you purchase the best quality tank available. If you are currently deciding which tank will be most appropriate for your storage needs, then here’s everything you need to know about plastic bunded heating oil tanks. What is a plastic bunded oil tank? Plastic oil tanks were introduced to provide a more efficient, low-maintenance option to traditional steel tanks. They allow you to store..
There is a massive selection of oil tanks available on the market today. This includes plastic tanks, steel tanks, single-skinned tanks, and bunded oil tanks. You may be familiar with the term ‘bunded oil tank’ but you may be wondering - what is a bunded oil tank and how is it different from other storage tanks available? Below, we are going to answer all the frequently asked questions about bunded oil tanks, and look at why a bunded tank is the safest and most efficient solution for your oil storage. What do I need to know before buying an oil tank? You should be aware that oil tanks co..
A sewage treatment plant is a system used to effectively collect and treat domestic wastewater on site. Having a sewage treatment plant installed on your property offers a number of great benefits. This includes - being more environmentally-friendly by reducing the risk of pollution, minimising the risk of disease and harm to health, and allowing you to make your home more self-sufficient without relying on the public sewage system. What does a sewage treatment plant do? A sewage treatment plant works in a similar way to other wastewater management systems. However, it uses mechanical co..
Sewage treatment systems come in a variety of different sizes and styles. It is important to find the best system for your property and needs, to ensure the most effective wastewater management treatment. This can be achieved by taking into account things like - the amount of waste produced, the location of the system, and the size of your property. What is a sewage treatment system? A sewage treatment system is used to collect and treat domestic wastewater onsite. This includes sewage and other wastewater from kitchens, laundry etc. Contaminants are removed through a range of treatment ..
You may have heard of sewage treatment plants, but do you know how they actually work? To help you understand the benefits of wastewater management systems and when you might need one, here is our complete guide on sewage treatment plants. Why do homes have sewage treatment plants? If your property cannot be connected to the main sewage system, for example - you live in a remote rural location, then you must have a way to effectively manage your waste onsite. A sewage treatment plant collects and treats domestic wastewater, including sewage, food waste, and water from showers and laundry..
There are many great benefits to buying a property with a sewage treatment plant. This includes - being able to manage your waste onsite without the need to be connected to the main sewage system, becoming more environmentally-friendly, and even the potential to save money on your utility bills. However, buying a property with any form of onsite sewage system can be daunting and costly if you don’t do your research first. To help ensure that you have the right system and it has been well installed and looked after, here are five key tips for buying a property with an onsite sewage system. C..
With so many beautiful parts of the British countryside to relocate to, more and more people are swapping busy city living for the fresh air of rural life. However, rural properties face a number of unique challenges due to their remote location. One common issue is that they cannot be connected to the main plumbing network. If this is the case, then you must find an alternative way to manage your domestic waste. What is a septic tank? A septic tank is an underground wastewater management system that is used to collect and seperate solids and liquids in domestic wastewater such as food, ..
A septic tank is a waste management system that effectively treats domestic wastewater such as sewage and food waste - using gravity to seperate the liquids from the solids. Having a septic tank installed on your property can offer a number of benefits. This includes - making your property more sustainable and less harmful to the environment, and saving you money on utility bills. With this in mind, let’s look at some of the main properties that can benefit from having a septic tank. Rural properties Rural properties face a number of unique challenges due to their remote locations. One o..
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