Tote-N-Stor® Portable Wastewater Tank

15 gal., For Leak Diverter, Includes 3" Drain
Easy to roll even when it's full, this light-weight but durable tank is ideal for capturing liquid from your PIG® Leak Diverter.   Read More 

PRICING (Based on quantity)

$171.00 $164.00
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Easy to roll even when it's full, this light-weight but durable tank is ideal for capturing liquid from your PIG® Leak Diverter.
  • Captures liquid to minimize the possibility of slippery, dangerous spills
  • Blow-molded polyethylene construction is light-weight and won't rust or corrode
  • Features 3/4" hose fitting to accommodate a standard hose and 3" port for easy draining
  • Low profile fits into tight spaces
  • Ideal for capturing liquid that channels out of your PIG® Leak Diverter
  • Wheels and handle make it easy to roll when full


Use With Leak Diverter
Color Blue
Dimensions 17" W x 31" L x 9.5" H
Storage Capacity 15 gal. per box
Brand Tote-N-Stor
Drain Includes 3"
Hose Connector .75"
Sold as 1 per box
Weight 17.98 lbs.
# per Pallet 16
Composition Polyethylene

1 - 17" W x 31" L x 9.5" H Tote w/ Wheels

1 - 15' L Garden Hose

1 - Standard Hose Adapter

1 - 3" Dia. Cap w/ Garden Hose Fitting

1 - 0.75" Dia. Cap w/ Strap

1 - Hose Clamp

1 - 36" L x 3" Ext. Dia. Drain Hose

1 - Towing Bracket

UNSPSC 24111810
Pigalog® Page Number Page 257

Accessories for TLS685


Based on 2 reviews

By James


Marketed usage

The unit is constructed well. It is originally designed for campers, so it comes with a parking lot tow bracket (not mentioned) not relevant to our use. There is a side compartment on the 15 gal (and larger) again not mentioned, but has a few extra attachments/hoses to aid in draining the tank later. This unit is found under accessories when looking at the Drop-Ceiling Leak diverter kits however, this unit was not designed specifically with that in mind. You will need to run to the local hardware store and get a few attachments to convert your drain hoses to adapt to the 3/4" inlet (labelled as a relief valve on the Documentation). If you have only one hose, then the hose is slightly smaller than the 3/4" inlet, so you could just stick the hose in the hole. I used this in conjunction with 6 drop-ceiling panels to protect a Computer Server room, so I had several hoses to deal with.

By Barry


great delivery time / great product

great delivery time / great product

Additional Information

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    SPCC planning requirements state that facilities subject to these regulations must have written plans in place discussing the products, countermeasures and procedures that are in place, or will be taken by the facility to prevent discharge of oil into waters of the United States.
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    When applying for a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit, facilities must have a plan in place that describes actions, procedures, control techniques, management practices and equipment available to prevent illegal discharge of pollutants into waterways.