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Can You Bury Poly Water Tanks in the Ground?

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Some people would like to bury their water tanks to either reduce their height or hide them completely from view. Unlike steel tanks which cannot be buried due to corrosive reasons, a poly tank you have no such worries. This article will look at a few things you need to keep in mind if burying ...

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How to Install a Poly Slimline Tank

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Slimline rainwater tanks are a very attractive option for modern homes since they can be easily tucked away or situated alongside the external wall of your house. This article will explore the slimline tanks that Team Poly manufacture and provide advice for slimline tank installation. Slimline Tank Models Available Tea ...

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Building Sustainability (BASIX) and Rainwater System Requirements in NSW

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New South Wales’ Building and Sustainability Index (BASIX) aims to achieve up to a 40% reduction on the consumption of potable water against the state benchmark. This benchmark is explicitly expressed as being equal to 90,340 litres of water per person per year. BASIX assessment is required for: new buildings t ...

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Installing a Water Tank in South Australia: Planning, Plumbing and Protection

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The South Australian Government has introduced a number of initiatives, especially in recent years, with the purpose of encouraging and ensuring more sustainable water use in the State. One of these initiatives is the requirement for mandatory water tanks, which requires a rainwater tank and rainfall harvesting system ...

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NSW Development Code for Rainwater Tank Installations

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When installing a water tank you need to make sure that all the work is conducted in accordance with state government specifications and requirements. This article was written for tank installers to understand the regulations in New South Wales for rainwater tanks installed above ground and below ground, and the assoc ...

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