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Bladder Tanks

Closed self-supporting,
transportable effluent storage tanks
Trusted for Safety and Reliability

Bladder Tanks

Closed self-supporting, transportable effluent bladder tanks are a great solution for:
  • Swampy & high water table sites where it’s not possible to dig an effluent pond
  • Temporary sites
  • High rainfall areas, where a pond would be prone to overflow
  • Sites close to residential properties
Bladder tanks are made from a HPVi fabric in polyester thread, woven and double sided PVC coating which is UV stabilised to provide maximum lifespan.  They are assembled by high frequency welding certified to ISO 9001 standards.

Benefits include:
  • Closed storage, no oxidation, no external contamination, no evaporation.
  • Safety - no risk of people falling in
  • Storage capacity up to 1500m3
  • Fold-able and transportable
  • Earthquake-resistant
Bladder Tanks

It’s [effluent management] not just a cost. If it was just a cost most people wouldn’t want to do it. It’s the payback that makes it interesting.

Victor McIntyre, Waitui, Taranaki

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