Septic & Water Tank Installation Procedures
For septic installations, it is important to contact your local or state
sanitarian regarding approved installation procedures.
Failure to comply with the points below voids warranty.
A. Do not install any tank in water saturated clay or in a high water table. The tank may collapse and its contents
B. Tanks are not fire-resistant. Do not store them near an open flame or heat in excess of 180˚F.
C. Do not install any tank under the path of vehicles or heavy equipment..
D. If a yellow or black septic tank is pumped for normal maintenance, it should be refilled immediately. If a blue
BRUISER tank or a white cistern tank is pumped empty, it should be immediately refilled to one-fourth of capacity.
Spherical 300 and 500 gallon tanks may be left empty.
E. Yellow and black septic tanks, blue BRUISER tanks, and cistern tanks are designed only for use as
F. Yellow or black septic tanks, with the exception of the 300 and 500 gallon spherical tanks, cannot be
used as holding tanks or pump tanks because the tank may collapse if it is left empty underground.
Blue BRUISER tanks, white cistern tanks, and 300 or 500 gallon spherical tanks can be used for holding
or pumping applications where permitted by local codes..
G. White cistern tanks and blue BRUISER tanks are made of resins that meet FDA specifications for the storage of
drinking water and can be used for that application. Yellow septic tanks and black septic tanks must not be used
for drinking water.
H. Protect the tank from sharp objects which could puncture it and cause leakage.
We advises against the use of a plastic underground tank for any other uses!
Such uses would void any our product warranty either stated or implied. In no event shall
we be held liable for any consequential damages.