Let it rain – Bandag retreading facility more than doubles rainwater storage capacity

18th September 2015 | 1 Comment
 
Let it rain – Bandag retreading facility more than doubles rainwater storage capacity
Paul Meakin, from Bandag Manufacturing’s Engineering Department (left) and Greg Nielsen show off the new storage tanks

Bridgestone Australia’s Bandag Manufacturing retreading operation has completed the first part of a project that will enable its Wacol plant in Brisbane to harvest and store more than one million litres of rainwater. Bandag added 13 new rainwater tanks to its existing harvesting capabilities at the end of August, enabling the business to collect and store an extra 610,000 litres of water. Stage two will be completed in the coming months and will take Bandag’s total rainwater storage capacity to 1,100,000 litres.

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