The Benefits of an Underground Water Tank

Underground water storage provides a method of managing our water by collecting rainwater for future use, by storing it underground out of sight! With the uncertainty of mains water for garden use and water restrictions likely to be the norm rather than a rarity, it is important to collect as much rainwater as possible from our rooftops instead of allowing this valuable resource to go down our storm water drains. The average household discharges 100,000 to 200,000 litres.
  •     Flexible Design
  •     Modular system, able to create a variety of shapes and can be used as permanent form-work under verandah slabs or in unused swimming pools
  •     Unlimited Capacity
  •     Can be constructed to hold any volume required
  •     Clean Water Storage
  •     Water can be pre-filtered. Water is stored at optimum temperature and in total darkness
  •     Extremely Strong
  •     Crush strength of over 26 tonne per m2 which withstands motor vehicle traffic so can be located under car-parks or driveways.

The average household discharges 100,000 to 200,000 litres of rainwater into our storm water drains each year. This resource can be tapped by installing an underground water storage system. Collecting water from roof areas includes rainfall, heavy dews and even frosts during winter.

Typical applications for the collected water are toilet flushing, laundering, hot water service supply and watering the garden. Systems with a storage capacity of 10,000 to 50,000 litres and more to allow for the large monthly variations in rainfall that we experience and also for the occasional heavy downfall. Underground water storage systems can be built to any shape or size. The modules are made from recycled plastic that is strong enough to drive your car over.

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