Whether you need to store large amounts of chemicals, thick liquids or water industrial tanks are the solution for you. There is a wide variety of tanks on the market but industrial tanks vary according to the industry they serve. If you need to transport or store hazardous acid or flammable solvents then you need fireproof tanks which are built in with various safety filters so they don’t leak or explode during transportation.
These tanks usually have very thick walls in order to resist the pressure from inside or the corrosivity some liquids add to their structure. They are very elaborate and difficult to build and they are even harder to install and transport. Their manipulation and maintenance requires a lot of costs which only an industrial manufacturer could afford.
On the other hand, if you need to store liquids and waist on your household you should use underground tanks. They are smaller, easier to maintain and install on your property and the costs are very affordable. You just need to know the quantity you will be storing and where you want to put the tank.
In order to install underground tanks, the law requires the presence of a licensed plumber who has to make sure that all the pipes are connected correctly and that the liquid in the tank does not leak and infiltrate the soil or any nearby water source. After the installation, the tank needs to be checked and cleaned once every few years and for this you must call a professional.