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November Prize winner!

Congratulations to Ian Chapman, the winner of our prize worth $200 for returning his survey!  Ian has bought a number of tanks from us over the years and is extremely happy with his poly tanks and his prize!

Our next prize draw is at the end of February 2010 - all customer surveys up until this date will be entered in the draw.


Demand for water exceeds supply...

There's good and bad news from a report on the world's water scarcity out today from McKinsey & Co.(commissioned by water-dependent companies such as Coca-Cola, Nestle, World BankFinance Corp etc)

The bad news: Global demand for water already exceeds supply -- about 1.1 billion people don't have access to clean water -- and the so-called water gap is increasing at an accelerating rate.

The good: Cost-effective, sustainable solutions are available to close the gap, particularly if governments and business focus on reducing demand rather than trying to generate additional supply.

The challenge: Getting beyond the nostrum that water is a "human right" so that water, which is obviously a scarce resource, can be priced in a way that drives conservation.

One more thing to know: Water issues are at least as complex as energy, and all water problems are local, so generalizing about water, while inevitable, is invariably misleading.

To read the full story written by Marc Gunther and posted on greenbiz.com


Water pressure to be cut.....

SYDNEY Water is to implement further cuts to water pressure across the city as consumption has begun to rise after the easing of restrictions

The return to normal weather conditions in 2008-09 boosted consumption to 310 litres a day per person from a low of 308 litres the previous year, ending a series of declines since restrictions were introduced earlier this decade. As well, 2007-08 was wet and cool, which reduced water demand.

Click to read more ...


From sweltering to soggy...




VICTORIA went from sweltering to soggy on the weekend as more than a month's rainfall drenched Melbourne in less than 24 hours.

Roads flooded, roofs caved in and drains overflowed as nearly 60mm fell on Melbourne from Saturday afternoon onwards.

After the hottest November on record -- in which Melbourne's average temperature has been 28C, 7C above normal -- Melburnians were yesterday digging out jumpers as the temperature struggling to hit 18C.

But it still provided a welcome boost in a month where only 6.6mm had fallen in the first three weeks.

State Emergency Services answered 180 calls for help on Saturday night, most for leaking roofs, spokesman Allan Briggs said.

Click here to see the full story posted in the Herald Sun



A big thankyou to all customers and staff who braved the hot weather to attend our annual factory seconds sale on Sunday 15th November.

What a fantastic turn out through the front gates! our sales team had wonderful time navigating through the crowd and helping out customers with their tanks.  

A special thankyou to Callum Barr who cooked well over 20kg of sausages in the searing heat!

And a special mention to our loyal previous customers who attended once again to add to their existing storages-we hope to see you again next year!