Potable Water Tanks
For Long Term Underground Water Storage
Question on a 100 cubic m water tank: Can you supply flexible tank or tanks to store 100 cubic M of drinking water long term underground? Please indicate fob price excluding freight.
Answer: Thank you for contacting us! For the type of underground storage that you are looking to achieve, there are a couple of different options that you could consider including both steel and fiberglass storage options.
Steel Water Storage Tanks
Steel Water Storage Tanks can offer some of the largest storage options in terms of underground applications. These tanks are typically built in sizes up to 25,000 or 30,000 gallons and can be used to store drinking water, gray water or even rain water.
Steel tanks are offered in both single and double wall construction depending on your storage requirements. If there is a specific underground storage option you are looking for, please don't hesitate to ask!
Fiberglass Water Storage Tanks
The Fiberglass Underground Tank are a highly durable and reliable tank and are often made with FDA approved resins for the storage of drinking water. Their largest standard capacity is 11,000 gallons (41,639 liters) although custom tanks are often made to fit your location. Fiberglass is a tough material and is well equipped to handle the nature of underground storage. For FOB pricing on any of our collapsible or underground storage tanks, please contact us with your email address or contact information so we can send you a formal quote.
Additional Large Capacity Water Storage
We do offer flexible tanks that can store up to 210,000 gallons of drinking water for long term use. However, these tanks are not equipped for underground storage and are typically stored either above ground around your location, in an uncovered hole, or in crawl spaces such as under decks and in basements. If you are still interested in the Drinking Water Flexible Tank, they do come in several different sizes including a 100 cubic m water tank, collapsible model which is made with NSF 61 and FDA approved materials for the safe storage of potable water.