Recent article in the Daily Telegraph about homeowners tapping into rainwater tanks in surging numbers driven by generous council incentives, record rainfall and the desire for cheaper, cleaner [...]
Today, most water tanks are made out of plastic, but not all plastics are equal. Alkatuff Polyethylene is a specialised kind of plastic that is made especially for water tanks in environments [...]
A water tank can be a great investment to save water for dry spells and cut down on water bills. If your water tank wears down from harsh weather and cracks, however, you’ll lose both the tank [...]
South Australian farmers will have water cuts and a potential La Nina weather system to contend with this coming winter.
If you're looking to buy a poly water tank in Canberra or elsewhere in the ACT, here's a quick guide to rainfall patterns in the nation's heartland.
Polyethylene water tanks are capable of resisting the negative effects associated with strong UV radiation and extreme heat.
Sydney is due to receive consistent rainfall over the next week or so, starting off with a brutal thunderstorm that may cause flash floods in some areas.
Although many water tanks are built to last, they won't endure forever. Here are three signs that you may need to replace your unit.
The chances of Tasmania experiencing bushfires this summer is high in the east coast, but generally moderate across much of the state.
People living in cities may be able to reduce their water utility bills by installing rainwater harvesting systems at their residences.
Victoria has a new-look team assigned with the responsibility of meeting the state's pressing water-storage concerns. How can you help?
North Queensland is a hotbed of wild weather, making it important to aim for quality when buying a polyethylene water tank in the state.
"Water, water everywhere nor any drop to drink", could be the mantra of many in WA, with tough conditions calling for a strong poly water tank.
In the grand scheme of reducing water wastage, a polyethylene water tank can play a big role. In Australia, this is a particularly pressing need.
Slimline, round or underground water tanks are built for a range of applications, but which one suits your property?
From intense UV rays and long droughts, many Northern Territory residents have specific requirements from their polyethylene water tanks.
The release of the 2015 Federal Budget this month brought some encouraging news for those looking into buying a poly water tank in Australia.
Australia is a hub of residential building activity, allowing many to add real value to the homes with a quality water storage scheme.