We are proud to announce that Direct Water Tanks was recently featured on the popular Channel 4 series, Grand Designs, as a supplier of an underground rainwater harvesting tank. Continue reading
During the summer months, harvesting rainwater with water butts is one of the best ways to make use of one of our most valuable, natural resources in your garden. Continue reading
With summer just around the corner, it’s time to start focusing on the garden. Now’s the perfect time to put in place some water saving methods to reduce your bills this year. Continue reading
If you own large fish, you’re familiar with the issue of where to store your fish when it comes to pond cleaning time. Our range of temporary fish holding tanks are here to help. Continue reading
Intermediate bulk containers (IBC’s) appear to be simple industrial containers, yet they are not as straight forward as they appear. Continue reading
Of all the water in the world, only 1% is available for human use, and only a third of this is suitable for drinking water. The rest is salt water, frozen in the Arctic or is deep within the earth beyond our reach. As our population grows this water source is becoming even more limited, therefore it is vital that we are water-wise and do not waste it! Continue reading
Rainwater can provide some of the cleanest, natural occurring water that is available anywhere. Most technologies for obtaining water comes from surface water from rivers, streams and lakes, however this only accounts for 40% of total precipitation. Therefore, there is a huge amount of rainfall available for collection before it becomes unusable.
Embedded water (or virtual water) is the water used in the process of producing something (mainly food produce – 92%), as well as retailing and consuming, as it takes high levels of water to operate machinery, grow crops and produce electricity. Continue reading
Our office will be closed from Wednesday 24th December (1pm) and will reopen on Monday 5th January 2015.
If you require delivery before Christmas, please check the product lead times on our website or call our sales team to confirm, before placing an order. Continue reading