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1. (WO2019043603) PERMEABLE SHEETS ATTACHED TO TANKS AND OR TANK APPARATUS
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Claims

1. A method of retaining solids in a tank system comprising the steps of: a) using a permeable copolymer nodule sheet as a partition for retaining solids from a suspension of the solids in a liquid; b) sealedly attaching said permeable copolymer nodule sheet where any of its sides make contact with the surface of said tank system.

2. A method as claimed in claim 1, wherein said permeable copolymer nodule sheet is used with components of a partition for retaining solids from a suspension of the solids in a liquid.

3. A method as claimed in claim 1 and 2, wherein two or more permeable copolymer nodule sheets are used in said partition for retaining solids from a suspension of the solids in a liquid.

4. A method as claimed in claim 3, wherein said permeable copolymer nodule sheets of which there are two or more are sealedly attached to each other .

5. A method as claimed in claim 3 and 4, wherein said permeable copolymer nodule sheets of which there are two or more are sealedly attached to said components of a partition for retaining solids from a suspension of the solids in a liquid.

6. A method as claimed in any preceding claim, in which a tank system comprises of a suspension receiving container and or suspension discharge container and or compartment for holding solids and or other filtration materials used to retain solids and or an inspection chamber and or a power supply and or a power source and or mechanical parts and or moving parts and or baffles and or trommels and or moving plates and or static plates and or moving shifters and or wheels with axels and or supporting legs and or an access ramp and or supporting beams and or a light source and or a computer system and or means of introducing chemicals into a tank system and or a safety fence and or a tow bar and or lifting eyes and or a skip and or a roll on roll off skip and or a chamber and or a vessel and or a container and or a combination of the aforementioned .

7. A method as claimed in claim 6, wherein a tank system and or

suspension receiving container and or suspension discharge container and or compartment for holding solids has openings, and said openings have a means to be closed watertight or into which said openings have connected into them an inflow pipe system and or outflow pipe system and or a tank draining pipe system and or pipe system arrangement.

8. A method as claimed in any preceding claim, where a means of suspension of solids in a liquid entering a tank system utilises an electric pump and or fuel powered water pump and or other pump systems and or gravity and or other natural forces or combination of the aforementioned .

9. A method as claimed in any preceding claim, where a tank system and or a component a tank system is comprised of, provides a means to assist with the mechanical lifting of itself.

10. A method as claimed in any preceding claim, where a tank system and or a component a tank system is comprised of, has attached to it and or houses a non-leaching absorbent material.

11. A method as claimed in any preceding claim, in which said tank system comprises of a single tank used as a suspension receiving container for separating solids from a suspension of the solids in a liquid.

12. A method as claimed in any preceding claim, in which said tank system is comprised of multiple tanks of the same type or of different types and at least one of the aforementioned tanks is used as a

suspension receiving container for separating solids from a suspension of the solids in a liquid.

13. A method claimed in any preceding claim, in which two or more partitions for retaining solids from a suspension of the solids in a liquid are used in a tank system.

14. A method claimed in any preceding claim, in which a partition for retaining solids from a suspension of the solids in a liquid uses vibration to encourage solids to shake loose from its surfaces.

15. A method as claimed in any preceding claim, in which a tank system and or components of a tank system are portable .

16. A method as claimed in any preceding claim, in which the permeable copolymer nodule sheet used, is not less than 15mm in thickness.

17. A method as claimed in any preceding claim, in which a means of sealedly attaching a permeable copolymer nodule sheet utilises a sealant substance and or an adhesive and or a resin and or a gum and or a glue and or silicone and or a bonding agent and or cement and or concrete and or expanding foam and or tape and or plastic weld and or a bracket arrangement and or other securing arrangement and or a collar and or masonry and or rubber and or flexible plastic joins and or a joist arrangement and or a rail arrangement and or a flange arrangement and or a groove arrangement and or a permanent or temporary frame and or air and or nitrogen pressure that inflates a flexible device and or a hydraulic device and or a fastening device and or a device that provide tightening and or a clip and or a clamp or a combination of the aforementioned .

18. A method of retaining solids in a tank system used for retaining solids from a suspension of the solids in a liquid, substantially as hereinbefore described with reference to the accompanying drawings.

19. A method as claimed in any preceding claim, in which a twin-plate agglomerator and or other forms of agglomeration and or a plastics extrusion process and or a plastic densifiers and or plastics injection process and or a plastics moulding process and or a similar plastics forming process and or combinations of the aforementioned, is used to create a copolymer plastic nodule sheet.

20. A method as claimed in claim 19, where in temperature controlled heat is imparted into plastic while it is converted into copolymer plastic nodule sheets.

21. A method as claimed in any preceding claim, in which a permeable polymer nodule sheet is used in place of a permeable copolymer nodule sheet or in combination with a permeable copolymer nodule sheet.

22. A method as claimed in any preceding claim, in which a permeable single polymer nodule sheet is used in place of a permeable copolymer nodule sheet or in combination with a permeable copolymer nodule sheet.