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Focusing on Plastic Water Tanks

Potable and Non-Potable water – why have different tanks? Firstly, what do the terms mean?   Potable water, in short, is drinking water.  Non-potable water generally would be rainwater or other untreated water – used for cleaning, irrigation or possibly livestock drinking water, but not safe for human consumption or personal hygiene. Potable water tanks are […]

Spotlight on Enduramaxx products – for quick delivery

Enduramaxx tanks are manufactured and stocked in the UK for immediate despatch Tanks-UK supply the Enduramaxx range of tanks, which are rotationally moulded from UV stabilised PE (or other plastic in some cases for increased chemical resistance) in different colours and configurations. They are constructed in one piece with no seams which could split and […]

Effluent Bulk Storage Tanks

The definition of effluent is basically ‘an outflowing of waste liquid’. But rarely can liquid waste from farms and industry literally outflow directly into a watercourse, the ground, or even a soakaway drain. If not treated at source, there will be an environmental requirement for storage tanks for safe containment prior to collection by a […]

Private drainage systems – what’s the difference between cess pits, septic tanks, sewage treatment plants and pump stations?

Not everyone is on mains drainage. There are a lot of reasons why you might need a private water treatment system. But did you know that there are different systems depending on the circumstances? Cess pits In the most basic form, cess pits to store untreated waste are still permissible in certain circumstances, and are […]

Farm Flooding Safeguards Planned For Oxford By Environment Agency

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2014 brought disastrous farm flooding within the Oxfordshire area, which cut off farms and major roads for several days. At present, there are over 1800 homes within the area, which the Environment Agency class as ‘high risk’. As such, it has proposed a new flood prevention scheme to protect and safeguard farms and properties within […]