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22 MAR
Industrial Tanks at Barangarro

Bushmans Industrial Tanks Used to Clean up the Barangaroo Site in Sydney’s CBD

Australia’s largest urban development’s is under way and Bushmans Industrial Tanks are a core part of ensuring the site, which has had over 170 years of contamination and is now being cleaned up to be ready for construction. Bushmans has […]

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22 MAR

Bushmans Tanks Just Got TOUGHER With Suntough Technology

At Bushman Tanks we are constantly looking at opportunities to improve our products whether it be better manufacturing processes, improved designs or improved raw materials. Bushmans is one of Australia’s oldest and most experienced Polyethylene Tank manufacturers with over 23 […]

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21 MAR
An image of a Cane Toad in relation to a blog

Water Tanks: The Solution to the Cane Toad vs Dung Beetle Saga?

First there’s the good guy – the African dung beetle – which merrily goes about its business of rolling dung. Then there’s the bad guy – the predatory South American cane toad – that is decimating the dung beetle and […]

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21 MAR
Bushmans Tank

Plastic, steel, fiberglass and concrete tanks – the difference explained

Water tanks are available in a range of suitable materials including plastic, galvanised steel, Aquaplate®, Zincalume®, fibreglass, and concrete. All can be suitable, providing the materials used are at least of food-grade standard (AS2070). If the water is to be […]

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21 MAR
An image of 3 beige water tanks in front of a house as part of a blog about saving water during the summer months

Summer is Heating Up; Time to Check Your Rainwater Tank

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology forecast for this summer is for a warmer and drier summer across Australia and particularly in Queensland and Northern NSW – which are already in drought. Total fire bans are already in place in some […]

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21 MAR
A map of Australia for a Rainwater Harvesting Blog

Rainwater Harvesting For All Seasons

Rainwater harvesting is generally only thought about when there is a drought or when there is very heavy rain and the stormwater runoff is creating a problem. Rainwater harvesting should be seen as something that is part of every season […]

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21 MAR
Kangaroos on a field in South Australia

Rainfall by Region: South Australia

Climate Overview: South Australia, like its neighbours, is driest in the interior with rainfall increasing as one moves toward the coast. These southern and coastal regions have a milder Mediterranean climate, while the rest of the state is classified as […]

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21 MAR
Rainfall by Region NSW

Rainfall by Region: NSW

Overview of the rainfall patterns of NSW The rainfall patterns in NSW are affected significantly by factors such as ocean winds and the Great Dividing Range (GDR).The majority of NSW is on the Western side of the GDR and is […]

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21 MAR
Image of Australia and a weather system looming over the east coast

Rain Water Harvesting by area: spotlight on Queensland

Brief Overview of the Rainfall patterns in Queensland: Queensland’s total average rainfall varies quite significantly from year to year and region to region and it’s not unusual to see vastly different weather patterns between decades and areas. These variances are […]

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