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Over the past decade, we here at Tanks For Everything have been at the forefront of the storage tank industry.
Throughout this time, we have been answering our customer's queries and educating them whilst also further developing our own knowledge on the storage solutions we are proud to sell. We have such pride in our business and our products. This is because we know our products, our customers and our industry as a whole. We aim to constantly support you, 'Think Tank' is home to all the information you need.
Bunded Oil Tanks
You can find a huge selection of oil tanks on the market today - from single skin plastic tanks to fully bunded metal tanks. Each style of oil tank has its advantages and disadvantages, so it’s important to find the most suitable one that meets your needs and specifications.
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 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.
Septic Tanks & Sewage Treatment Plants
The Environment Agency introduced new regulations relating to septic tanks in January 2015, these regulations are called the General binding rules: small sewage discharge to a surface water and were introduced as a response to growing concerns over pollution of water courses.
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.
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.
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.
Rainwater tanks are beneficial for several reasons - they can reduce your water bills, give you an alternative supply during area-wide droughts and they can also greatly benefit your garden. Not to mention, it is a great way to reduce your environmental impact. What’s not to love? There are lots of different options on the marketplace, so there’s plenty to choose from.
Water is a necessity in everyday life. We all drink water and use it to wash dishes, clothes and ourselves. If you have a garden, you also need water to help it flourish. The problem is that there is not an endless supply of usable water; you get to experience the lack of available resources every time there is a hosepipe ban during hot weather.