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Meet Our Full Line of RV Water Tanks

If you use your RV to enjoy the great outdoors, you’ll also need RV water tanks to hold clean or fresh water while you’re away from home. At Plastic-Mart, we have a full line of replacement RV water tanks with custom fittings, ranging in size from our smallest 3-gallon replacement water tank to huge 200, 210 and 260-gallon RV water tanks.

Regardless of size, all these water tanks are made with completely safe materials that are designed to withstand the normal wear and tear of being in the great outdoors. Our RV water storage tanks are molded from FDA approved plastic resin, safe for fresh drinking water storage, yet strong enough to be used for greywater (the water you use to shower or wash dishes), or blackwater (waste water from the toilet). These polyethylene tanks will not emit waste odors or change the taste of fresh potable water.

Our RV water storage containers come in a huge selection of sizes, each of which can be customized as replacement tanks for your RV, pop-up campervan, motor home or travel trailer. Our full range of hundreds of options means that we can accommodate nearly any size of RV water tank, from 3 gallons up to 200 gallons. Our very biggest water tanks can hold 200, 210 or 260 gallons.

At the small end of our RV water tank range, the 3-gallon water holding tank from Todd Marine Tanks is a one-piece molded water holding tank that is tough and durable. The tank weighs 4 pounds and has dimensions that measure 14″ L x 11″ W x 6.5″ H. At the large end of our RV water tank range, our Ronco Plastics 260-gallon RV water tank has dimensions that measure 61 1/4″ L x 59″ W x 18″ H.

Any of these RV water tank systems can cause problems, however, if not maintained properly, and that’s why we will work with you to find the best solution for the type of water the tank will hold. Take, for example, a fresh water system — there’s more to it than just connecting a hose to the RV holding tank. You can only use a white potable water hose to fill the tank, for example.

You’ll also need to take into account the specific requirements of disposing of your wastewater. You can’t just open the dump valves and empty the holding tanks. For example, municipalities require an odor tight connection. This is in the form of a special hose fitting, or a valve. Sometimes, the dumpsites are also located in such a way that it would be a hassle, or even impossibility, for you to drive to the site. This is where portable RV holding tanks come in handy. Portable RV holding tanks are made specifically to make it easier for you to move wastewater, and even fresh water, from your RV to the dumpsite.

We understand that operating these tanks can sometimes be confusing, so we offer a full line of customer service support. Assistance is always just a phone call away, as our representatives are happy to help you choose the best RV water holding tank option for you. Call us 24/7 at the following toll free number: 1-866-310-2556.