Our network of life cycle service providers across North America and Europe can extend the life of your used packaging and responsibly recycle their component raw materials at the end of their life cycles. We aim to assist customers, and their customers with safe, economical, and environmentally supportive collections of eligible used packaging.
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IBC Cleaning & Rebottling
What Will Be Packaged in its Second and Third Life?
Give Your Plastic Drums a New Life
Wash and Re-Use or Grind for Post-Consumer Resin.
Depending on the material the drum last contained, bottles may be washed and reused. If they cannot be reused, then plastic drums, jerrycans, as well as IBC bottles can be ground to be used as Post Consumer Resin (PCR). The shredded plastic is cleaned and prepared for extrusion.
Give Your Steel Drums a New Life
Steel is one of the most recycled materials.
Depending on what was originally packaged in your steel drum, it can be either reconditioned or recycled. The body can be reformed, and the components replaced for reuse.
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