Combine tanks - store full or leave empty?
- Store types. // Farmers Weekly;5/13/2011, Vol. 155 Issue 20, p70
The article evaluates options for farmers' storage systems based on cost, advantages and disadvantages, in Great Britain in May 2011. It talks about the earth bank lagoon, deemed one of the least expensive storage systems, its requirements and limitations such as soil composition. It details the...
- Keeper's notebook. Moss, Tim; Relf, Tim // Farmers Weekly;6/24/2005, Vol. 142 Issue 25, following p85
Presents information on the preparation of a poultry farmer while waiting for the arrival of his farm birds. Installation of electric fences and wire netting for the bird habitat; Use of a storage tank for the water system; Desire to let the birds into its pens early in the morning.
- System solves temporary liquid problems. DiMarino, Joe // Paint & Coatings Industry;Jun94, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p66
Features collapsible storage tanks called the Ziptank for chemical processing or paint manufacturing plants. Solution for temporary storage problems; Incorporation of a two-component system in the tank; Features; Capacity.
- Illinois must replenish tanked clean-up fund. // Crain's Chicago Business;9/4/95, Vol. 18 Issue 36, p16
Opinion. Suggests the need to replenish the Illinois fund that pays for the cleanup of leaking underground storage tanks. Importance of the fund for maintaining the safety of groundwater and the financial health of small businesses; Reasons for the fund's insolvency.
- Waste oil storage system. Mondschein, Morris // National Petroleum News;Jul93, Vol. 85 Issue 8, p67
Features double-walled, steel aboveground waste oil storage tanks from JohnDow Industries. Conformance with UL-142, UFC 79.105 and NFPA 30; Features; Contact information.
- Expanded warranty. // National Petroleum News;Jul93, Vol. 85 Issue 8, p67
Features Polyklad-lined storage tanks from Weben-Jarco Inc. Five-year, non-prorated limited warranty; Availability in Polyklad epoxy, Duraseal polymer or Webenite stone linings; Contact information.
- Illinois LUST fund latest to face changes. Dwyer, Steve // National Petroleum News;Oct93, Vol. 85 Issue 11, p24
Reports on the changes in Illinois' leaking underground storage tanks (LUST) cleanup funds. General Assembly's vote amending cleanup objectives and funding; Cost reduction through a ranking system allowing nonemergency sites to delay corrective action until funding is available; Protection of...
- Mississippi tank fund collections `expedited'. Abcede, Angel // National Petroleum News;Oct93, Vol. 85 Issue 11, p26
Reports on the increase in Mississippi's underground storage tank fund. Amount; Rationale; Comments by Mississippi Petroleum Marketers Association executive director regarding the increase.
- Aboveground storage tanks: An update. Geyer, Wayne; Stellmach, Wayne // National Petroleum News;May95, Vol. 87 Issue 5, p42
Part l. Reports that the demand for above-ground storage tanks (AST) has increased because many tank owners like being able to visually inspect an AST system. Other reasons for preferring factory-fabricated AST; Technological advancements of AST for public safety; AST secondary containment.