Environmentally friendly paper tote launched

Christopher Goodfellow - 14 October 2010

Grayling Industries has developed a disposable 'PaperIBC' capable of holding 275 gallons of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) and costing on average of $125 per unit.

The container is made from heavy-duty corrugated paper and utilizes a multi-ply polyethylene liner to create a leak-tight package that is acceptable for shipping and storing of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF).

Ben Greene, Marketing Manager at Grayling Industries, told discoverDEF.com: "When used as a one way container there are no fossil fuels consumed to return the container and no landfill space used either as the product is completely recyclable, biodegradable and waste-to-energy efficient. Compared to 55 gallon drums and bottle-in-cage totes the PaperIBC requires up to 80% less space for storage and shipping when empty."

The PaperIBC is designed as a one-way contained, although it can be reused, and filled containers can be stacked three high for storage and two high for transport. Standard connectors are 2" BSP threaded fitments on the top center and on the bottom side of the container.

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