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IBC Tote Recycling is Wonderful From Many Perspectives

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IBC Tote Recycling is Wonderful From Many Perspectives

Time: March 25, 2024 at 6pm to June 20, 2024 at 7pm
Location: US
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Event Type: ibc, tote, recycling
Organized By: Rod amser
Latest Activity: Mar 25

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Event Description

IBC totes are large industrial containers used for the storage and transport of fluids and bulk materials. These tanks are made of either plastic or metal and feature a palletized base for easy transportation using forklifts or pallet jacks.

Rather than simply tossing these sturdy shipping and storage containers, many manufacturers are selling them to recycling companies that recondition them for reuse. This method bypasses landfill fees and transportation expenses while minimizing waste and reducing costs.

Recycled Materials

IBC totes are large industrial containers used for storing and transporting liquids, powders, and other bulk materials. They have a base that can be lifted with forklifts or pallet jacks, and a capacity of up to 330 gallons. These containers can be purchased new (tote bottle, cage, and composite pallet), refurbished/reconditioned, or rebottled.

Reusing or repurposing IBC totes is important for businesses in a variety of industries. It can provide cost savings, help to improve environmental stewardship, and ensure compliance with all environmental regulations. If a company chooses to recycle or repurpose their IBC totes, it is important that they thoroughly clean and sanitize them before reuse. IBC totes should also undergo a quality inspection test to confirm that they are safe for use.

Repurposed Materials

Reusing or reconditioning an IBC tank can save you money in the long run. Many recycling programs and reconditioners offer a rebate for your used container, and they will haul it away at the end of its life. This helps minimize waste and supports environmental sustainability practices.

However, when they're no longer useful, it is important to handle the proper disposal of these large tanks. Landfills and incinerators are not sustainable options for waste management, and they produce harmful gases. In Alabama, a robust network exists for the collection, refurbishing, and recycling of IBC Tote Pickup, which gives businesses an efficient pathway for managing their container waste responsibly. This is a great example of a circular economy, in which resources are put back into use rather than thrown away.

Recyclable Materials

IBC totes are made with materials like polyethylene and metal that offer impressive durability. They are able to hold up against impact, tearing, and punctures, while still meeting stringent hygiene standards. They also provide resistance to flammable substances and endure high temperatures, making them an ideal choice for warehouses and transport.

To ensure that each IBC is ready for reuse, it must be completely empty with no severe residue left inside or outside the tank. It should also be capped and free of any severe wear, drip-dry, and granule-free. It should also match its BOL (Bill of Lading) and have DOT labels available for transportation. If it is not suitable for resale, plastic IBC totes can be recycled into new materials or sent for scrap metal recycling.If needed, interested individuals can click here or visit our official website in order to know about IBC Tote Pickup.


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