RainBank Rainwater Systems, a Seattle based company, is the distributor for Contain Steel Water Tanks. Contain tanks carry a 20 year warranty, unmatched by competitors. Because we are a Contain Tank distributor, we have eliminated the middleman (dealer) and pass the coast savings on to the customer.
We sell and install quality corrugated steel water tanks throughout the Pacific Northwest. With over 15 years of commercial and residential sales and installations of fire suppression tanks and Rainwater collection tanks, RainBank Rainwater Systems and Contain Steel Water Tanks have the experience to get the job done right – and on time.
When you purchase a steel water tank from RainBank, you get:
- Highest quality products
- Contain Water Systems tanks are backed by a 20-year warranty, which is significantly longer than anything else found on the market.
- Tanks are engineered to meet seismic code compliance.
- Tanks come with a standard engineering package and all models have the option to be wet sealed and stamped upon request.
- Tanks come with a geotextile pre-liner and flexible membrane liner for potable and non-potable applications with tank liners secured to the walls with engineered brackets.
- Tank sizes range from 6 feet to 48 feet in diameter, with capacity up to 428,602 gallons.
- Tanks are field erected by certified installers.
Click here to read more about how Contain Tanks and RainBank can eliminate the middleman for your next project and contact us using the convenient form below:
RainBank Rainwater Systems was pleased to work with 2020 Engineering and Jason McLennan on Heron Hall’s rainwater collection system.
While we at RainBank design our systems to be sustainable with no change to the customer’s lifestyle, we recognize that conservation is the key to water demands throughout the world.
Heron Hall exemplifies the concept of sustainable living and conservation of all resources and is a testament to the passion of change in order to use less in order to gain more for all. Please take the time to read through Jason’s article and find yourself inspired as well.
The rise in population along with climate change, influences water stress.
According to an article in American Water Works Association, the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service will modernize its research from 2011 explaining the correlation between watershed health and drinking water supplies.
Sally Claggett, program coordinator for the US Forest Service in Annapolis, MD, writes “Land‐use decisions related to water will become more important as the earth becomes more populated. In the United States, populations continue to grow, which means a larger urban footprint and more water needed for agricultural, industrial, and household uses in the country. So as pressure for clean water increases, land conversion and climate change also apply pressure on the resource. As the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service (USFS) and partners embark on an update to the 2011 Forests to Faucets analysis, the aim is to promote better understanding of the connection between natural landscapes, water quality, and water availability with an eye to the future.”
As populations increase and climate change continues, so does demand for water, inducing water stress.
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