Plastic-Mart's emergency water tanks are the water storage tanks that will keep you and your family prepared for any natural disaster that comes your way.
Our emergency water storage containers are UV protected for outdoor placement, long-lasting, and made with material to reduce algae growth. Plastic-Mart's potable water tanks are FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved, which means that it's safe to drink.
Uses for emergency water storage tanks:
- Fire protection
- Disaster preparedness
- Rainwater collection
- 1" female threaded inlet
- 1 1/2" female threaded outlet
Frequently Asked Questions About Emergency Water Tanks
How do I fill an emergency water storage tank?
No matter what size the water storage tank, whether it be a 55-gallon water tank or 250-gallon water tank, it needs to be rinsed with a hose before filling. Many say to rinse the tank with bleach. After rinsing, move the tank to its permanent location, then proceed to fill it up.
How often should water be replaced in an emergency water tank?
An emergency water storage tank should be replaced every six months.
How do you clean up emergency water storage containers?
The Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention stated, "Wash the storage container and rinse completely with water. Sanitize the container with a solution made of an unscented liquid household that contains 5%–9% sodium hypochlorite."
What are the benefits of an emergency water supply system?
At times, in natural disasters, municipality water may not be available. People who have emergency water storage containers are prepared for days if any water is cut off from the public.