house tank

house tank

1. A water storage tank for a building.
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The extent of the calamity caused by Papadopoulos and the parties that elevated him to power was evident in the despair of a woman who appeared on television weeping because she could not afford to pay a water truck to fill her house tank so that her three young children could have water to drink and to wash.
The PV panels were installed on the walls of the "bulkhead," which screens the cooling tower and house tank on the roof of the building.
Some of the terminals house tank washing facilities that can quickly whisk out a stainless steel tanker, keep Arrow trucks in backhaul heaven, and produce a thorny dilemma for Arrow competitors.
As the water ram pumped continuously, there was an overflow from the milk house tank to the stock watering trough outside the barn.
Very often, plastic tubing, shaded blue, crisscrosses from tree to tree down to a collection point--sometimes the sugar shack, sometimes barrels (of metal or blue plastic), or reused stainless steel milk house tanks. Maple trees along the road, decorated with repurposed plastic gallon milk jugs, might point to a small backyard setup.
The children were overwhelmed and showed special interest in fish release activity as some of them volunteered their participation and also took the fishes to put in their house tanks as their pets.