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7 reasons why plastic tanks are ideal for glamping
Flat Tanks
August 5, 2019
7 reasons why plastic tanks are ideal for glamping

Here are seven great reasons why we believe that our Glampsan plastic effluent waste Flat-Tanks are ideal for your glamping site.

Glamp-Tankology
Flat Tanks
July 8, 2019
Glamp-Tankology

Our Glampsan effluent waste Flat-Tanks are ideal for use at your glampsite. This blog explores vital aspects of our awesome tanks.

How do I select the right- sized waste tank for my glampsite?
Flat Tanks
June 26, 2019
Oi, Oi Jon, how do I select a tank for my glamp?

JT, Glampsan’s Bossman helps you select the right sized above ground plastic sewage waste tank for your glamp.

What tank size do I need for my glamp startup?
Flat Tanks
June 26, 2019
What tank size do I need for my glamp startup?

Jon Trelfa tells you how to choose the right plastic sewage tank size against the cost of removing waste from your glamping site

Getting to know more about our Flat-Tanks
Flat Tanks
June 14, 2019
Getting to know more about our Flat-Tanks

 We love to show off our awesome products, but in this blog, we want to get to the nub of why our Flat Tanks are such a hit.

6 reasons why our Flat Tanks are a big deal
Flat Tanks
June 14, 2019
6 reasons why our Flat Tanks are a big deal

In this blog Jon gives you the low down on our awesome Flat Tanks and other Glampsan glamping waste products.

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Coronavirus: Widespread in UK 'highly likely'
Coronavirus: Widespread in UK 'highly likely'

With the coronavirus threat being 'very high' in the UK, we stock anti-bacterial hand sanitiser to prevent you catching and spreading it.

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Top-tips to set up an off-grid glamping site
Glamping
May 17, 2019
Top-tips to set up an off-grid glamping site

In 2020, it seems that back to basics - type off-grid glamping is very popular. So what options are there to deal with effluent waste?