Articles for: Tank Preparation

Components of a Fully Integrated Rainwater Harvesting System

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Your rainwater tank is a key piece in your rainwater harvesting system, but it is one of many when it comes to delivering quality water into your home. There are various components (accessories) to the system to consider that can effect your water quality, how the water is distributed around your home and the amount ...

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Site Preparation and Pipework Installation for Rainwater Tanks

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Once you have ordered your rainwater tanks, your next task is to prepare the location (site) where your tank will be placed. This article goes through some basic steps for site preparation and piping installation so that you have a good idea what need to be arranged and considered before your tank arrives. Site Prepara ...

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Choosing a Location for Your Rainwater Tank

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If you are you looking to purchase a rainwater tank, then you should have an understand of what tank size you need. Once you have worked out how much rainwater you wish (and are able) to harvest, your next step will be identifying an appropriate location for a tank that size on your property. There ...

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Main Tank Fittings and Accessories When Plumbing in Your Rainwater Tank

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When buying a rainwater tank, you can save money by ensuring many required fittings and accessories are included in your deal. This is especially important if plumbing your rainwater into your house. This article is intended to help you know what other fittings and accessories you will need when plumbing in your rainwa ...

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How to Install Underground Poly Water Tanks

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Underground water tanks are great if you want to harvest rainwater and not have valuable surface space being taken up. Team Poly’s underground water tanks are made in Australia according to a patented and leading German-engineered design that provides optimum strength and optional self-cleaning filter. Please refer t ...

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