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There are a huge variety of different oil storage tanks available. Whether you’re replacing an old tank, or installing a brand new one, you need to make sure you’re using the best quality tank available. Bunded oil tanks offer a number of advantages over other options including - cost savings, better security, and protection for the environment. Any home or business that needs to store oil or fuels could benefit from installing a bunded fuel tank on their property. What is a bunded oil tank? Bunded tanks are designed with a double skin, or outer tank, which offers extra protection agains..
There is a huge variety of oil tanks available on the market today. You’ve probably heard the term ‘bunded oil tank’ but you might be asking - what is a bunded oil tank and how is it different from other storage tanks available? Below, we’re going to answer all of your questions to do with bunded oil tanks, and discuss why you should be using a bunded tank for your oil storage. What is a bunded oil tank? Bunded tanks differ from other oil storage tanks, such as 'single skin tanks' because they have a secondary containment tank or 'outside skin.’ This tank-within-a-tank approach means tha..
Everybody that uses fuel storage is already saving time and money, although some may not even realise it. Most people storing fuel at their home or business premises use a bunded tank, which allows fuel to be stored safely and securely. The cost of installing an on-site bunded fuel tank will quickly be paid off and you could then start to make large savings on your fuel costs. Here’s our top reasons why on-site bulk fuel storage could save you time and money: Take advantage of deals It makes sense to buy oil in bulk when prices are lower - prices fluctuate throughout the year so make sur..
Are you thinking about having a heating oil system installed on your property? Or are you looking to upgrade your existing oil tank? If you’re considering this, then you’ll need to choose between several different storage tanks available on the market - from steel and plastic, to single-skinned and bunded. An oil tank will allow you to store your fuel safely and effectively and help you prevent leaks, save wastage, cut costs and protect the environment. The type of storage tank you choose will depend on your needs and requirements. To help you decide, we’ve put together a guide of the things y..
Heating oil is a great way to heat your home and water in an environmentally and cost-effective way. However, an oil leak has the potential to be extremely damaging on the environment and this will have serious implications for you - including hefty fines and even prosecution. It is therefore essential for homeowners with bunded fuel tanks to properly care for these tanks. Regular maintenance will not only save you money on potentially costly repairs, but it will also help protect your living environment by reducing the risk of harmful pollution. Fortunately, oil tank maintenance isn’t difficu..
Why Does the UK Government Disallow the Drinking of Rain Water? Drinking rain water is not against the law, but you couldn’t sell it as drinking water, and you may even be prosecuted if you give it to children or people who are part of vulnerable groups. Rain water is not bad for humans, you can fill your paddling pool with it and sit in it all day without it hurting you. Many people use water tanks to collect rainwater for potential drinking or numerous other useful undertakings that will be discussed in this article, such as toilet flushing and garden irrigation. Rain water is not toxi..
This article discusses all the types of cleaning chemicals you can use around your house that will not damage your septic tank. Your septic tank turns your waste into sludge that may be treated in either your home water treatment plant, or by the company that empties your septic tank. Your tank will cease to function and may even become dangerous if you use certain types of cleaners and chemicals around the home. Why Should I Avoid Certain Cleaning Products? Your septic tank turns waste into a sort of slime where fats are on the top, and the muddy-looking sludge is on the bottom. Bacteri..
The first and most important factor is from whom do you buy your sewage treatment plant. Going the cheap direction or searching out smaller companies is not advisable. It would be like buying a single-engine aeroplane from a flea market. You need a professional and well-established company to provide your sewage treatment plant, and you need a professional to install it. What Size Sewage Treatment Plant Do I Need? In simple terms, bigger is always better. However, if money or space is an issue, then you can work out the size of your sewage treatment plant. The most common way is to use t..
What is wastewater, and why treat it? Wastewater, often called effluent, is used water which contains substances such as human waste, food scraps, oils, soaps, and chemicals. In homes this includes water from sinks, showers, baths, toilets, washing machines, and dishwashers. Wastewater is full of contaminants like bacteria, chemicals, and other toxins, which have a negative impact on the environment and our health. This can include harm to fish and wildlife populations, oxygen depletion, and contamination of drinking water. Most of the water used by homes, businesses, and factories must the..
Storage tanks come in a huge variety of sizes, types, and materials. Whether you’re replacing an old tank, or installing a brand new one, you need to be sure that you’re using the best quality tank available. You want a strong, attractive tank at an affordable price. One that will give you security and many years of trouble-free service. “Guaranteed for 10 years, this well respected range of tanks offers an excellent combination of shapes, capacities and features. With designs to suit all locations, the Atlas range of bunded tanks has a proven track record. When you invest in Atlas you are buy..
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