Water Tank Website To Help Fight Climate Change

Sydney, Nsw Australia (PressExposure) October 11, 2006 -- Rain and Water tanks now offers free listings for all water tank and water tank related products from around the world in one easy to use website.

Water tank listings can be found for many countries throughout the world including the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the UK.

The water tank listings displayed offers free information for any person or company who is looking for a water tank supplier, water tank manufacturer or a water tank distributor in their local area.

With only 3% of the worlds entire water reserves fresh water, the use of a water tank is a great way the average person can make a difference.

As climate change becomes an ever increasing concern for people around the world, the water tank offers a small way of helping out the struggling planet by catching rain water run off for use at a later date.

Catching rain water with a water tank can help the planet and climate dramatically, as this water can then be used around the home or business to help reduce its environmental foot print.

One Water Tank Can Make a Difference

Rain water run off collected by a water tank can be used in many ways and applications around the home, from watering the garden and lawn, to being plumbed into the household water system for use in showers, toilets and washing machines.

Water collected by a water tank can also be used in some cases as a potable(drinkable) water source, and as the planet becomes drier and hotter this practice is becoming more and more common.

With water tank technology and innovation exploding as the demand for water tanks increases rapidly, there are now water tank models available which are manufactured from all sorts of materials and compounds.

Water tanks can now be found from such materials as a plastic water tank, steel water tank, poly water tank, rubber water tank bladder, above ground water tank and a specially designed water tank for under the ground.

The common size of water tank for the home today is around the 2,500-5,000 Lt range, however there are many sizes of both smaller and larger water tanks available.

As the internet becomes a more common shopping place for many people around the world, water tank sales processed online with such things as free delivery and installation attached are now common practice.

Rain and Water Tanks also offer a free listing for any water saving product, device or instrument, for both home and industrial use.

The Water Tank Rebate Provides Incentive to Install a Water Tank

As the pressure on water resources continues to increase around the globe, many countries, states and councils are adopting the use of financial incentives to try and get water tanks installed in homes and business.

The water tank rebate is a common practice in many states in Australia, as it struggles with serve drought conditions and dwindling rain fall in most areas.

The Australian system works by giving a water tank rebate to customers for the installation of a water tank, which increases as the size of the water tank increases.

An example of this would be that the water tank rebate would be higher for the installation of a 10,000 Lt, versus the installation of a 5,000 Lt water tank.

The state of Colorado in the USA also offers rebates for the installation of low flow toilets and front loading washing machines which use a lot less water and energy.

If more rain water is collected around the home with the use of a water tank, then demand on local governments to supply clean drinking water is reduced, as collected rain water is used to water gardens and flush toilets instead of precious quality drinking water.

The humble water tank is one way the average person can make a real difference in todays society and help reduce the impacts of climate change.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 10, 2006 at 6:15 am
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