Water is a valuable commodity and the ability to access water is vital for all of us. Our job at Statewide Water Cartage is to ensure you receive the very best, whatever your needs may be.
We get a lot of questions from consumers and have listed some of the most common in order to help you. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact our team at any time and we will gladly answer all of your enquiries.
What is water cartage and why do I need it?
Water cartage is the term used for the supply and delivery of safe and clean water. The water that is distributed must be carried in the appropriate vehicles that are specifically equipped for the job and by professionals who are licensed to do so. A range of water cartage services are accessed by consumers worldwide and can include filling of water tanks (especially in times of drought and limited water supply), swimming pools, irrigation, crop watering and emergency services.
Can I use my tank water to spray my crops?
Yes, you can but you must be sure not to cross contaminate any chemicals that may have been used on your crops by allowing it into your tank system.
Do you deliver water for drinking?
Yes! We provide a potable water delivery service that you can enjoy safely all year round.
I don’t know what size truck I need for the job. What should I do?
Ensuring you have the right equipment and the right size is really important in ensuring the job is carried out efficiently. If you are unsure of your exact needs then please give us a call and we can help you. We offer a no obligation quote service so we can make sure you have all the right tools for your project.
Should I get the water in my tanks tested?
While your tank and the water should be uncompromised if it has been installed and maintained correctly, it is still a good idea to get it tested from time to time to ensure all systems are still working efficiently and there is no contaminants.
What is potable water?
It is water that has been filtered, cleaned or treated to meet the standards required for safe drinking. Potable water is safe for cooking and drinking and general use.