Many popular Repurposing projects use IBC tanks, which are versatile containers that may be repurposed for nearly anything. If you divide an IBC in half, you may turn it into an aquaponic system or even a mini-pond, depending on your needs. The 275 gallon tote also makes an excellent water tank for use in livestock watering systems, rainwater collecting systems, water storage tanks, and various other ibc tank applications. If you want to use your IBC to store drinking water, we suggest that you purchase a New IBC or a Rebottled IBC tote.

The best storage option at a reasonable cost

For storing and transporting liquids, IBC Totes are an extremely flexible and cost-effective alternative. The bladder of these stacking containers is made of HDPE and is encircled by a metal cage. There are 275 tanks in stock that are new, used, and reconditioned. Remember that used or reconditioned containers are not used in food or pharmaceutical storage, regardless of their age or condition. Used IBC Totes are excellent for a wide range of different purposes, including rainwater collection, irrigation, wastewater, ballasts, reservoirs, hydroponics, aquaponics, and a variety of additional uses.

If you’re utilizing ibc totes for whatever reason, be sure to measure the space you’ll be using for your projects before proceeding. For your width measurement, you’ll always want to utilize the broadest area of the ibc to guarantee that it will fit properly.

Bulk cargo containers that are sturdy, uniform, and standard in terms of adaptability and mobility are produced throughout the manufacturing and engineering process of these IBC containers. HDPE (high-density polyethylene) tanks are used in the production of rebottled poly IBC totes. HDPE is a tough, durable thermoplastic that can withstand the effects of chemicals and acids.


275-gallon poly totes, often used to replace drum pallets, take up a single pallet footprint, and have a bulk capacity equivalent to five standard 55-gallon shipping drums, saving space and money. IBC containers may be used as great low-cost, large-volume handling tanks that can improve logistics and handling efficiency while also providing possible integration benefits owing to the plumbing possibilities for cargo filling and discharge on the inlet and outlet sides of the container.