ABOUT OUR WATER & SEPTIC TANKS

WASTE APPLICATIONS

Below Ground Tank Installation

Generally, there are two types of wastewater systems - a home or building connected to a municipal sewer network with a centralized water treatment plant, or an onsite septic system. Snyder Industries has a wide range of septic and pump tank options for the onsite market. Whether for new construction, or the addition to or replacement of older systems, Snyder has the solution.

Snyder septic tanks provide:

  • Corrosion resistant polyethylene used in the tank construction will outlast other traditional materials used for septic tank construction such as concrete and steel.
  • Lightweight plastic construction allows for easy storage and delivery. Installers can handle without special equipment.
  • Can be installed with 6 to 36 inches of soil cover depending on the product selected.
  • Engineered for strength. Low profile Dominator design which requires less digging and helps to avoid high water tables.
  • The NexGen D2 design requires absolutely no water for backfill, thereby saving time during installation.

Snyder sells its onsite products through a series of dedicated wholesale establishments that provide a great variety of products to contractors serving the onsite business.

WATER STORAGE

Water Storage

Water is essential for human survival and well-being and important to many sectors of the economy. Demand for water, potable water supply, fire protection, and irrigation among other uses, reflects population density, climatic conditions, and a general trend of migration out of the cities into suburban and rural areas not served by municipal water systems. Once sources of water are tapped, Snyder has a broad range of economical storage and transport tanks to serve this industry. Snyder’s designs and offerings cover both indoor and outdoor applications as well as above-ground and below ground installations. Whether for storage or handling of new groundwater sources, adding to existing groundwater systems, or collection and storage of rainwater, Snyder has a solution.

Snyder offers:

  • Economical and corrosion resistant polyethylene construction.
  • Broadest range of above and below ground water tanks in the market.
  • Water tanks which require NSF61 certification is needed.
  • Water tanks which meet NRCS specifications including ASTM1998 and NSF61.

Droughts and water restrictions are worsening across many parts of the US and municipal water costs continue to rise. Rainwater harvesting provides a means of supplying a dependable water source for non-potable applications like landscape irrigation or non-potable household uses such as laundry or use in flushing the toilet, which constitutes 40% to 60% of all water used nationwide for residential use and even more for most commercial applications. Snyder has the solution with Rain Captor, a full range of above ground and below ground tanks and accessories for rainwater harvesting applications.

Snyder sells its water tank products through a series of dedicated wholesale establishments who provide a great variety of products to contractors involved in the water well and plumbing business.

RAIN HARVESTING

Rain Harvesting Tank

Rain is a newly rediscovered and sustainable source of fresh water for both residential and commercial projects. Rain harvesting is the capture, diversion and storage of rainwater. When done correctly, rainwater harvesting provides a means of supplying a dependable water source for non-potable applications such as landscape irrigation or non-potable household uses such as laundry or use in flushing the toilet, which constitutes 40-60% of all water use nationwide for residential use, and even more for most commercial applications. Snyder manufactures a variety of tank sizes, colors and styles to accommodate any size project for both above and below ground rain harvesting systems.