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Rainwater Harvesting Plastic Water Tanks

Rainwater Harvesting Plastic Water Tanks

Rainwater tanks are typically used to collect rainwater for later use. This can help you become more self-sufficient as well as reduce mains water usage for environmental or economic reasons. Stored water may be used for flushing toilets, washing cars, watering gardens, washing clothes, agriculture and also for consumption. When other water suppliers offer poor quality, are too expensive or unavailable, you can have a constant flow of water. Be sure to take adequate care when decontaminating the water.

Benefits of Installing a Rainwater Harvesting Tank

  • Help save water that would otherwise be wasted
  • Reduce water bills
  • Reduces pressure on water supply
  • Decreases the capacity limitations in stormwater systems
  • Provides water supply in times of water restrictions and drought
  • Adds value to your property
  • Rainwater is beneficial for watering your garden and plants since it doesn't contain chlorine
  • Affordable and easy to maintain

Affordable Rainwater Harvesting Tanks Pretoria

At Pioneer Plastics, we supply our customers with affordable rainwater harvesting tanks that are both durable and beautiful.

The 500L Rainwater Harvesting Tank with integrated plant bowl allows for a more aesthetically pleasing rainwater tank to be placed in your garden with a plant bowl integrated into the top. It comes complete with a leaf catcher to prevent debris from the gutter from falling into the tank and a gutter cover to align the gutter pipe above the tank. The tank has an overflow as well as ¾” outlet at the bottom of the tank which can be connected to a water pump. It also has a ¾” tap to allow for easy access to the water in the tank. The plant bowl has a built-in drainage pipe which does not contaminate the stored rainwater in any way.

Are you looking for a rainwater harvesting tank in Pretoria and surrounding areas? Look no further. Get in touch with the team to request a free quote today.



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