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New or Reconditioned IBC’s?

New or Reconditioned IBC’s?
June 30
08:13 2014

Manufacturing since 1947, at two ISO certified factories at Bray in Ireland, Industrial Packaging Ltd stock a complete range of New IBC’s from 600L-1200L including EX area, black and white bottle with various valve and pallet options.

However, the manufacture of high quality, performance IBC’s is only half the story – today’s market demands the most cost-effective and environmentally efficient use of all resources – with packaging a primary consideration.

In light of this IPL also offer “Reconditioned” IBC’s, a cost effective alternative to new packaging for companies who are packing products that are not contamination sensitive e.g. waste, industrial chemicals, adhesives etc.

“Re-bottled” IBC’s, where the bottle is new, but the cage and pallet recycled are available for contamination sensitive products such as food and pharmaceutical chemicals.

For companies with empty IBC’s for disposal reconditioned packaging offers a sustainable, environmentally responsible and revenue generating , disposal option for end users.

Are you packing products into new IBC’s when you could be using reconditioned or rebottled?

Does your company have empty IBC’s you would like to dispose of for €€ whilst fulfilling the obligations of the waste hierarchy?

For further information contact Rob Lee, Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor, at rob@industrialpackaging.ie, Tel (353) 012864010.

 

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