Liquid Fertiliser and Molasses Tanks to Help Make Farming Greener & More Cost Effective


Peterborough, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/04/2013 -- Peterborough-based plastic water tank supplier, Enduramaxx, is helping farms to manage their animal feed and fertiliser solutions more effectively through the provision of dedicated molasses tanks and liquid fertiliser tanks.

As farmers come under more and more pressure to make cost savings and to improve their carbon footprints, focusing on the usage of liquid fertiliser is one way to achieve this. The use of liquid fertiliser provides greater accuracy of application, due to it being delivered by jets. Greater efficiency of manpower results from no farm labour being involved in off-loading. More efficient use of farm buildings is achieved, as liquid fertiliser is stored in liquid fertiliser tanks. It is delivered when required, thus freeing up valuable storage space. It is also better for the environment, as it requires no packaging and does not have the disposal costs associated with granular fertiliser bags and pallets.

Another saving to made, and something that can make use of the very same liquid fertiliser tanks, is through molasses storage. A bi-product of the beet harvest, molasses make for a nutritious base for numerous cattle feeds, helping farmers to exploit their crops to the fullest and to reap considerable savings in the process.

About Enduramaxx
The Enduramaxx range of Molasses Tanks and Liquid Fertiliser tanks are manufactured from UV stabilised polyethylene and come with molded lugs on the roof to enable easy lifting. Available in capacities ranging from 1250 litres to 25000 litres, the natural tanks are translucent to allow for viewing of liquid levels and are tough and durable due to their ribbed design.

Enduramaxx also manufacturers a comprehensive range of rainwater tanks, plastic water tanks and cone tanks. Individuals seeking more information on the range, including Liquid Fertiliser Tanks and Molasses Tanks should visit

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