Tanks – A Million!

Share This Post

Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on email

The installation team at our partner company Waterline Tanks was certainly kept busy over the last fortnight, erecting 4 fire service tanks (at Heathcote Hospital and Warrnambool Airport) and 3 domestic water tanks, adding up to 665,400 Litres of water storage!

And, if that’s not enough, they did another 2 x 155,000 Litre fire service tanks at the Korumburra Historic Railway the week before…

Almost 1 million litres of water storage in only 3 weeks. Well done guys!

These build-onsite liner tanks come in capacities up to 275,000 Litres, so if you’re into water storage in a big way please visit waterline.com.au/liner-tanks. These tanks can be used in a variety of applications:

  • Domestic use – for areas not connected to mains water. The average household uses in excess of 330,000 Litres of water a year – so with tanks like this your needs are sorted!
  • Farm / stock water
  • Fire Service Tanks – for commercial sites and public places where large fire-fighting capacity is necessary

Subscribe to our newsletter

Get updates and learn from the best

Explore more articles


What size tank should I buy?

Finally … winter is over and spring is here! (thankfully, don’t know about you but we’re sick of this grey weather!) Summer is just around the corner, and although we all enjoy the great weather we do need to think responsibly about our water use over the summer months. A question we get asked all


Detention Tanks Explained

Your plans are calling for 2000 Litre Stormwater Detention Tank but you’re not sure what that is? A detention tank (sometimes the term retention tank is incorrectly used) is usually called for when the existing stormwater infrastructure is not adequate.  Basically, a detention tank slows down how fast the rain off your roof gets into

Scroll to Top