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Water Savers - Mick from Arthurs Seat
We realise that the current water shortage situation is not a short term problem and believe in saving as much water possible as a family, the kids have even made a competition of how much they can catch and how they catch it. But we are looking at having water tanks put in so that we can eventually rely on our own water supply. Have you any information on the types of tanks you can get and do you have any suppilers details?
With many options available, including Galvanized steel, Polyethylene (poly) & Composite (steel/polymer), Underground, Bladder, many shapes & sizes & colours, there is a tank to suit every household, business or rural property. There are many tank accessories you can purchase for your tank including, strainers, diverters, level indicators, pump covers & tank stands.Think of the possibilities! With your own water supply you can: install a drip or seeper system for your garden, fill & top up your spa or swimming pool, use for the garden hose, your washing machine & to flush your toilet.
HIDC Exhibitor(s) who specialise in this area;