Relaunch of Titan's website

Published:  28 February, 2012

ONLINE: Titan Environmental is now providing a wealth of information online to both the trade and end-users.

The division’s website,, has been entirely redesigned, and aims to provide a one-stop-shop of both expert advice and product information across the Titan range of environmental containers.

For the trade, the site offers a repository of information about oil tanks including an oil tank product selector guide and links to industry regulations, as well as sections covering FAQs and downloadable installation instructions, plus an online tank guarantee form.

Meanwhile end users, both domestic and commercial, can gain access via the website to free site surveys, designed to help them make key decisions about installing a new oil tank or replacing an old.

Appreciating that every UK home and business owner is now sensitive to the price of oil - the site also contains information about reducing heating oil costs and saving money through the installation of the SonicSignalman, an intelligent oil monitoring system.

The SonicSignalman not only helps consumers with the painless management of their heating oil supplies, it will also allow the their oil company to send them marketing text messages regarding special offers, allowing end users to make informed decisions as to when and how to purchase their oil.

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