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Containers include corrosion resistance

Schoeller Allibert, the manufacturer of plastic reusable transit packaging, will be showcasing its range of containers for the transportation of goods for recycling and hazardous waste.

A highlight of the stand will be the company’s UNapproved Geobox rigid bulk container for the transport of waste lead acid batteries (pictured below), approved to standards covered by the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road.

A sturdy and secure container with a capacity of 543 litres, Geobox is made in rigid high-density polyethylene (HDPE), and is resistant to corrosion from leaked battery chemicals and other harmful substances.

Other key products on display at RWM include: a range of attached lid containers with tamper-evident security, ideal for hazardous or high-value recyclables as well as food waste; the Magnum Optimum folding large container, which saves up to 33% more space than competing containers; and the Big Box rigid bulk container, which features tough, smooth walls for increased durability and improved hygiene.

Schoeller Allibert has recently gained approval from the European Food Standards Agency for the recycling processes at three plants in Europe.

The accredited process, which covers the recycling of food-grade HDPE and polypropylene crates into new containers for food contact, has been developed to help retailers meet increasingly stringent sustainability targets.

Schoeller Allibert will be on stand 5R154

www.schoellerallibert.com

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