Harlequin launches new Bunded Waste Oil Tanks at FPS Expo

25th April 2008
Leading storage tank manufacturer Harlequin has launched an all-new range of Bunded Waste Oil Tanks at FPS Expo.
The new range supersedes Harlequin’s long-serving Oil Recycling Bank range and is available in a choice of 5 models, with capacities ranging from 350 litres to 2,000 litres.
Irrespective of model or capacity chosen, all Harlequin Bunded Waste Oil Tanks feature the same added value benefits, including large capacity tundish, lockable flip lid, removable filter; integral weatherproof venting and Environment Agency approved graphics. An easy to use, continuous read level gauge manufactured by liquid level specialist Fozmula, and offset contents extraction point can also be supplied upon request and at additional cost.
When installed in accordance with prevailing statutory requirements, the new models can assist in achieving compliance with The Water Environment (Oil Storage) (Scotland) Regulations 2006 and comparable requirements throughout the United Kingdom and Europe.
Speaking at FPS Expo, Harlequin’s Marketing Manager John Switzer says, “Featuring integral bunding as standard and designed to exceed the most demanding requirements, the new Bunded Waste Oil Tank range is ideal for use at garages, commercial premises, farms, marinas… in fact, anywhere there is a requirement to store waste oils and lubricants!
“The response from visitors to FPS Expo has been very encouraging and this new range will shortly be available for purchase online from TankDepot.co.uk and Harlequin Accredited Resellers across the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France and Iceland.”
Production of the new range has already commenced at Harlequin’s Advanced Manufacturing Facility in Moira, Co. Armagh and Harlequin reports initial product demand as being strong. 

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Article Last Updated 25th April 2008
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