Stainless steel rainwater tanks bring relief in bushfire aftermath

Posted on February 28, 2020 in News & Projects

With Victoria reeling after devastating summer bushfires, we hope our stainless steel rainwater tanks make life a little easier for those impacted by the blazes.

People across the world have been horrified by the fires, with loss of life, wildlife and property taking a terrible toll. So when there’s a chance our water tanks can make a difference, we are happy to offer assistance.

304 grade stainless steel tank donated to wildlife sanctuary

Stainless Steel Tanks recently donated one of our quality stainless steel rainwater tanks to Little Urchins Wildlife Sanctuary in Reedy Creek.

The self-funded sanctuary’s team works extremely hard to care for native Australian animals needing its protection. The sanctuary, which rescues, rehabilitates and releases animals, continues to play an important role caring for wildlife in the wake of fires.

As a result, a lot of native wildlife displaced or injured by the bushfire crisis now call the sanctuary home. Therefore we feel our donation is the least we can do for this wonderful organisation.

Stainless steel tanks delivered to Gippsland property owner

Our team also recently delivered a stainless steel rainwater tank to a Club Terrace property devastated by bushfire. A savage fire front destroyed homes in the small community in East Gippsland on New Year’s Eve.

The new rainwater tank will be vital infrastructure for the property owner. Most importantly, they will now have a source of reliable, fresh water as they face the huge task of rebuilding.

Our stainless steel rainwater tanks are built to last in a tough landscape. They have resistance to fire, corrosion and rust and are 100 per cent recyclable. In addition, they also have a service life of up to 100 years.

If you would like to know more about our range of stainless steel tanks, please contact our team today.