This morning the Eco Tanks team delivered a wide range of water tanks to retailers all across Nelson Mandela Bay. With the water crisis intensifying in Gqeberha, residential houses and businesses are seeing a significant increase in Eco Tank installations across the bay.
Today is World Down Syndrome Day. On Friday, our team wore mismatched socks as part of the #lotsofsocks initiative which is designed to raise awareness of Down Syndrome. If you would like to learn more about this initiative or learn more about Down Syndrome, please visit the #lotsofsocks website here: https://lotsofsocks.worlddownsyndromeday.org
With branches situated all across South Africa, Eco Tanks takes pride in providing hundreds of retailers around the country with top quality water tanks for a wide variety of applications for residential, agricultural and commerical use. If you would like to get in touch with us, you can click HERE to see our contact details
With many beaches across South Africa being closed, it may be time to upgrade your home swimming pool with an Eco Tanks backwash tank! The Eco backwash tank is a translucent vertical 500l or 1000l tank. The difference between a backwash tank and a standard water tank is found in the configuration of the fittings.
As part of an ongoing awareness campaign in Port Elizabeth, you will find various municipal buildings painted in colourful murals. Eco Tanks is proud to be a part of one such mural on the corner of Heugh Road and 11th Avenue in Walmer featuring an Eco Tanks green water tank. Water preservation is very close
You can win a 60 litre ECO Tanks cooler box! To enter, all you need to do is share a photo of your ECO Tanks setup/installation on our Facebook page. Entries from all around South Africa are welcome and the winner will be announced on the 11th of November 2020. You can visit our Facebook
2020 will be remembered as a challenging year for South Africans around the country. Covid-19, a global pandemic started affecting many South Africans in March and as a result, South Africa went into a countrywide lockdown. The pandemic continued to spread and the need for increased sanitation was of utmost importance. The Department of Water and