Made from high-quality, UV-resistant polyethylene, JoJo Tanks are used throughout South Africa for storing water, fertilisers, chemicals and any other liquid!

Tried and tested to withstand the harshest weather conditions, JoJo Tanks come standard with an 8-year warranty. Also available in Zimbabwe.
 
 
 

OUR PRODUCT RANGE AND ACCESSORIES

Our product range includes vertical, horizontal, septic, low profile and slimline tanks, as well as a range of agricultural products and domestic products:

Our range of tanks for specific applications includes:

  • Rain & greywater harvesting tanks
  • Fertiliser tanks
  • Chemical tanks
  • Sanitation tanks

Our specialist manufacturing practices and expertise guarantee quality, durability, innovation and customised solutions.

A comprehensive range of accessories, including but not limited to tank stands, silo stands, taps, tank connectors, water fittings, sieves and lids, tank alerts and submersible pumps form part of our product offering.

Why use a JoJo Tank?

JoJo Tanks has the Agreement Board of SA’s fit-for-purpose certification, proprietary technology, unrivalled expertise and technical know-how. This, combined with years of industry experience, makes us the forerunners in providing application-specific and general storage tanks.

The UV- and corrosion-resistant properties mean our tanks live up to standard even in South Africa’s harsh climate, and any algae growth is inhibited by the black food safety accredited lining material used.

JoJo Tank benefits

  • UV- and corrosion-resistant
  • Algae growth prevention
  • Easy transportation, handle-ability and installation
  • Minimal maintenance costs and easily repaired
  • Chemical resistant tanks available
  • Customised sizes and colours

JoJo Tanks provides an 8-year warranty on all its products used in normal applications! Click here to read more

News and Articles

So the good news is that you've joined all the eco-warriors and installed a JoJo tank in your garden.... Read more

Most South Africans obtain their water from dams that are generally remote from where the concentration of users are. This leads to expensive pipelines, pumping costs and high maintenance requirements over great distances at rates not sustainable into the future. Additionally, household water consumption per capita is increasing and the population is growing. New ways must be found to reduce, reuse and store water. Read more

The conservation of water is being seen in a new light all over the world. As people become increasingly aware of water as a threatened natural resource, they are not only looking at rainwater harvesting but also at alternatives such as greywater harvesting, to reduce the growing pressures on this fragile natural resource. Read more