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Bulk delivery of critical water to regions where existing water supply’s are low…Using a fleet of railroad water cars, filled with over 19, 000 gallons each, Water Train can deliver up to 1.9 million gallons of reclaimed, Environmental Protection Agency tested clean water per train set at a frequency that meets your needs. Once a week, three times a week? Delivery based on your specific needs.

WHY WATER TRAIN?

The fact is many regions are suffering from over demand of both surface and subterranean water storage. It is well documented that many water wells previously drilled are now forced to go deeper and deeper to chase non-exclusive supplies. Water Train provides you exclusive volume stocks of water for agricultural, ground recharge and with minimal processing, potable water for dairy, industrial, manufacturing or municipal water needs. No other form of transportation, except pipelines, can provide the practical and sustainable volumes of water that Water Train can. But unlike a pipeline, Water Train is ready today.

HOW DOES WATER TRAIN WORK?

Unit trains consisting of 100 railcars are bulk loaded at Water Train facilities at locations in areas east of the Mississippi River. Private, commercial or municipal customers commit to contractual deliveries as short as six months and as long as three years. Trains then arrive at customers rail site, unloaded within specific time limits and returned back for reloading. The customer needs only to deal with product unloading, storage and / or distribution.

When deciding on a volume demands and delivery schedules, Water Train representatives will coordinate unit train availability, logistical and any other factors to assure timely product delivery.

For customers without direct or nearby rail access, Water Train can help locate rail sites locations suitable for your use. Water Train can also assist to study and identify preexisting rail corridors. Commercial and municipalities enterprises can then take steps to acquire old easements and re-install trackage. A common practice used by many local and county governments to guarantee transportation corridors for the public good.

YOUR NEXT STEP?

Identify your water volume needs, delivery locations and then coordinate with a Water Train representative logistical considerations and contractual terms. Then stand back and watch the water flow.


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Water Train Inc.   
P.O. BOX 325
Marion, ILL 62959

info@watertrain.us

 

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