Safe, Reliable, Trusted Containment Storage and
Tank Rental Solutions Since 1998
Address: 2389 Whitehaven Rd
Phone: (315) 235-1155
Hours: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm
Adler Tank Rentals is your solution for storage/transport containers for hazardous and non-hazardous liquids and solids in Grand Island, NY. We operate in accordance with all state and federal legislature (DOT, OSHA, etc.) related to the storage and transportation of hazardous materials, as well as the EPA’s Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) regulation.
Our line of rental equipment includes frac tanks for storing water, oil, chemicals, and other liquids. We also offer a range of tanks used in multiple industrial applications. Our tanks come with a sloped or V-bottom for quick and easy drainage. Epoxy-coated tanks makes sure that the liquids are safe from rust and scale.
Specialty tanks, as their name implies, feature useful variations in the standard tanks and can be used in a wide variety of applications, including construction, environmental remediation, power plants, manufacturing facilities, refineries, and shipyards.
Our containers and boxes address versatile containment needs. Our collection of roll-off, dewatering and vacuum boxes are easily customizable with liners and tops. With our large inventory, we can meet any changing project demands swiftly with minimum downtime.
Accessorize your equipment and create a system suited to your unique specifications. Select from a range of add-ons such as filter liners, spill containment berms, various filtration solutions, tank manifolds, truck roll-off ramps, pumps, and more!
Grand Island, or “The Heart of the Niagara,” is an island town on the Niagara River, near Niagara Falls. Sandwiched between the western border of New York and the eastern border of Ontario, Canada, Grand Island is 10 miles from Buffalo and 80 miles from Rochester. Grand Island is a popular tourist destination, but is also home to or near various industries including contract manufacturers and food processing.
Our tanks are ideal for storing contaminated liquids, dewatering, stormwater management, and sediment separation/slurry containment.
Safely store hazardous and non-hazardous chemicals used in manufacturing in frac tanks available in a variety of sizes and configurations.
Municipal projects at wastewater treatment plants as well as sewer bypass pumping benefit from our safe, reliable onsite water storage solutions.
When you choose Adler Tank Rentals, you aren't just a customer, you're our partner. We bring more than two decades of industry experience and expertise to every project and customer relationship.
Between the frac tank quality and the exceptional service coming from the sales rep all the way down to the driver has been phenomenal…
Great service, great product, great price, and most of all fast easy delivery!!!
See how Adler Tank Rentals sprang into action and met the challenge during an environmental incident in upstate New York.
Beginning in 2019, Adler Tank Rentals has been integral to ground and storm water management for a number of large, highly complex projects at Salt Lake City International Airport.
In July 2020, fire raged aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard for nearly five days at the Naval Base in San Diego. In addition to clouding San Diego with a haze of smoke, the waters of the harbor itself were in jeopardy of contamination — especially during the remediation and cleanup process.
See how a quick response and the right solutions prevented a disaster and how our containment tanks got the job done.
See how Adler Tank Rentals overcame obstacles to deliver wastewater containment solutions in just two days.
In the midst of the Coronavirus, Adler Tank Rentals was able to provide critical solutions for hand sanitizer storage.
Adler Tank Rentals used mini frac tanks to help a Bay Area beverage distributor dispose of hazardous waste during Covid-19.
I am renting a frac tank for the first time. How do I go about the rental process?+
When renting a frac tank for the first time, it is advisable to identify your needs first. Then, choose the best-suited frac tank for your requirement, followed by a thorough inspection for any damage while taking delivery of the tank. If you are still in doubt, call us at 800.279.6310, and our trained technicians can help you with the entire process.
Besides the services mentioned on your website, are there other alternative uses for frac tanks?+
Yes. Frac tanks can also be used in trench shoring systems, filtration of dissolved heavy metals, grade dust control systems, hydrocarbon filtration, etc.
Can frac tanks filter volatile organic compounds (VOC)?+
Yes. Frac tanks can filter volatile organic compounds (VOCs), including benzene, xylene (BETX), toluene, MTBE, ethylbenzene, and hydrocarbons.
Are containment solutions from Adler compliant with local regulations in Grand Island, NY?+
In the state of New York, the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) enforces regulations as per Article 17, Title 10 of the Environmental Conservation Law, entitled “Control of the Bulk Storage of Petroleum”. The law applies to all USTs and ASTs used for bulk storage of chemicals, petroleum, and liquefied natural gas. All tanks, containers, and other storage solutions from Adler comply with local regulations and with EPA and SPCC guidelines.
What is the cost of frac tanks in Grand Island, NY?+
Adler provides a range of storage solutions and accessories specialized for different applications. The variation in tank size, nature of the material stored, duration and location of use, and type of tank will determine the cost. To know the cost of Adler storage solutions in Grand Island, NY, contact us at 800.279.6310
What is a frac tank cleanout?+
Fracturing is drilling multiple layers of rocks beneath the earth’s surface. This drilling process uses strong pressure to fracture the ground below and therefore requires large amounts of liquid, generally water, to be stored in tanks onsite. Tanks can also have oil sludge, grease, and other debris that make the tanks dirty. Industrial degreasers and pressure washers are deployed to clean these large tanks properly. The process is called frac tank cleanout.
What is the safest and most effective way of cleaning and removing contaminants like bacteria from frac tanks?+
Dry ice is the most effective way to clean frac tanks to remove residual contaminants. Dry ice blasting is an eco-friendly cleaning solution for any frac tank.
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