Xerxes brand corrosion-resistant fiberglass tanks are recognized as a leading choice for underground fuel and water storage applications. Their industry leading HydroChain solution is a comprehensive stormwater management system offering treatment, filtration, storage and conveyance products.Learn more
Xerxes sustainable underground fiberglass tanks are corrosion-resistant and safely store new traditional fuels, new biofuels and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) at fuel stations, convenience stores and airport rental agencies.
Xerxes water tanks store emergency water that fire departments tap for schools and homes. They conserve rainwater for irrigation at local greenhouses, and store drinking water at highway rest areas. At hospitals and malls, tanks capture wastewater to be treated or safely disposed of without any impact on the environment.
Expanding into markets with high-performance stormwater solutions, the HydroChain product line provides a comprehensive stormwater management system. Engineers can create site-specific, end-to-end solutions for stormwater projects of all sizes.
of fiberglass tank design and manufacturing for fuel and water.
of treatment, filtration, infiltration and storage, and conveyance products.
Corrosion-resistant tanks compatible with all fuel products – both traditional fuel and new biofuels. Leading supplier to the largest convenience store chains across North America.
HydroChain™ is a comprehensive stormwater management system; offering treatment, filtration, infiltration and storage and conveyance products. Engineered to help communities manage water volumes and protect water quality.
Watertight tanks designed and manufactured for water and wastewater applications in onsite wastewater, fire protection, potable water, rainwater, plumbing engineered solutions, along with many others.
A Xerxes Tank Travels by Air, Sea and Ground to Help Protect Indigenous Land and Support Sustainable Mining.
A wastewater tank that traveled to a zinc mine nearly 2000 miles is a prime example of how easy to ship and install Xerxes tanks are. It’s also proof that our highly engineered tanks can be installed in the most extreme climate.
While an unusual project – installed in an aboveground shipping container because the permafrost precludes underground installation – it also shows our tank’s adaptability. The tank is part of the mine’s treatment system, with strict guidelines so wastewater discharge doesn’t endanger a nearby Iñupiat village. Beyond needing an easy-to-transport tank, the mine owner, Teck Resources Limited, required a customizable tank resistant to harmful chemicals.
This sustainable installation aligns with even more of our company’s ESG values. The mine’s land is owned by the Iñupiat people of northwest Alaska, and the majority of the mine’s workforce are Indigenous people.