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Holding tanks are often confused with septic tanks, and we here at A&B Portable Toilets, Inc. would like to clear up this common misconception. Although holding tanks and septic tanks can both hold wastewater, there are some key differences to be aware of before you purchase or rent a holding tank.
First and foremost, holding tanks are temporary storage tanks, whereas septic tanks are designed to be permanent structures within a septic system. For this reason, a holding tank must be pumped more frequently than a septic tank. However, holding tanks are typically used in places where a septic system can’t be set up, such as a remote cabin or construction restroom trailer.
Along with waste holding tanks, there are non-potable water holding tanks. These tanks are designed to provide non-potable water to locations where running water is not accessible. This non-potable water is not safe for animals or humans to drink, but it can be used for a variety of other purposes, including flushing toilets and washing hands. Non-potable water holding tanks can be great to have if a water source is not available.
If you’re searching for high-quality holding and non-potable water tanks, we’d be happy to help! We’re proud to serve the Burlington, North Carolina region by offering our wide range of septic, sanitation, and portable toilet solutions. Just give us a call to learn more about our products and services.
At A&B Portable Toilets, Inc., we offer services for holding tanks in Greensboro, Mebane, Graham, Burlington, Winston-Salem, Jamestown, Kernersville, Oak Ridge, Summerfield, and High Point, North Carolina.