Water Matters – Water Storage Blog


Dirty Tank Water? Smelly Tank Water? How can you stop it from happening?

Jun 21, 2013

Do you have dirty or smelly water in your tank? Like most things, what you get out of your water tank is a result of what goes into it. So the first place you need to look at to work out what is causing your dirty water is your catchment area. Most commonly this will be your roof but it might also include other areas where rainwater is captured and delivered. When looking at yo …

What to Look for When Buying Rainwater Tanks

May 19, 2013

With the abundance of water tanks for sale in the market, some consumers may find it a bit difficult to decide which one to buy. The demand for rainwater tanks has prompted an increase in the supply of these products, and thus you may find yourself struggling to decide which one among the many choices is the right one for you.Apart from their material, sizes and shapes, is ther …

Above or Below Ground Tanks? 5 Factors to Help You Decide

Apr 13, 2013

If you’re planning on purchasing a water tank for your home, one of the things you will have to decide on is whether to install the tank above or below ground. These two applications have their own benefits which will help you choose the best solution depending on the home’s location and available space. To guide you in making the right choice, here are the five factors you …

5 Reasons to Get a Water Tank for Your Home

Nov 24, 2012

Many places in Australia have trouble getting water, particularly those that are far from the source. Because of this, there’s a huge demand for rainwater tanks in the country that can not only store water, but also last in the harsh Australian weather.Aside from homes in rural areas, those living in the city can also benefit greatly from these water storage solutions. In this …

Flexitank 101: Getting to Know this Total Liquids Transport Solution

Oct 10, 2012

In the past, the bulk transport of liquids wasn’t only difficult—it was costly. One had to find appropriate bottles, drums or containers first to safely store the liquids, and then book a suitable truck to transport the load to the desired destination.Fortunately, those days are now long gone. With the range of flexitanks in Australia, it’s now possible to store and ship liquid …
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