About Our Water Tank & Septic Tank Company
Premier Plastics Inc. is a Canadian owned manufacturing company incorporated in 1989. Our primary business is rotational molding of polyethylene products including Water/Chemical Tanks, Rainwater Tanks and Septic Tanks, Traffic Safety Barricades and Secure Bicycle Lockers.
We operate from Company owned premises in Delta, British Columbia, 10 miles south of Vancouver – 10 miles north of the US border and 150 miles north of Seattle, Washington State.
In the production process the company focus is quality control, consistency and leading edge technical ability.
In sales and marketing the focus is customer service, product availability and dependability.
Take a tour of our factory
Please watch our video above: “Welcome to Premier Plastics” – Many Thanks to Sustainability Television – info@SustainabilityTelevision.com
Meet Our Team
Reception – Suzanne Gerevas
Suzanne came to us in 2012. She brings experience in warehousing, retail sales, customer service and store management. Currently she manages the front office handling inquiries, purchase orders and liaison with production. For recreation she enjoys yoga and hiking.
Plant Manager – Sam Dawson
Sam joined Premier Plastics in 1992 having worked previously in the boat building industry. He started as an apprentice machine operator and now manages all aspects of the roto-molding operation. Sam enjoys ice hockey and is very active coaching a local team.
President – John Richardson
John started Premier Plastics in 1991 after many years in the HVAC industry designing mechanical systems for commercial buildings and mine sites. Moving from consulting to manufacturing brought a broader scope of opportunities in innovation and customer service. This business is his passion. John enjoys cycling and skiing.
Today I got the Water Tanks delivered. I am so happy with the work you did. Everything is exactly as we talked and better.
Thank you very much.
Wolfgang – Silverton, BC.
So here is the squirt test on my job that you and I discussed. Worked just as you said. The black ring on the shovel handle is 2′ off the ground.
It still amazes me. (Even though I didn’t hoop and holler this time).
For your records, this was 81′ of run, 6’2″ of head, 60-3/16″ orifices.
Thank you again for your help and consideration. Very much appreciated!