IBC Tote Recycling

IBC Tote Recycling Yakima Washington

Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Recycling Totes Drums Tanks

CleanTotes offers dependable IBC Tote Recycling.  From pickup to delivery our process is aimed at recycling industrial IBC  containers.


If you’re looking to Recycle your Unused or Unwanted ibc containers or you’re looking to purchase Used and Reconditioned Intermediate Bulk Containers or Totes, please contact us today so we can better help you meet your needs.


Does my IBC Tote have value?

Like almost any used product, your ibc tote is worth what someone is willing to pay. 

Usually three main factors determine if your ibc tote has value, or if it will cost you money to dispose/recycle it:

  1. Prior product, and can the tote be cleaned. How much it costs to clean your ibc tote, or if it even CAN be cleaned, is a big factor.  Typically, water is used in most cleaning processes, and while some products can be cleaned this way, others (petroleum oils, for example), present their own problems when cleaned with water.  Some prior products are incompatible for re-use at all, such as many pesticides and toxic chemicals. Even many ‘food grade’ products can be considered hazardous materials (cranberry juice can have a pH level of 2.3!).  All containers must be clean and free of residue prior to disposal/recycling, so proper management of the prior product can dictate much of the cost. Units with no residual product and properly triple rinsed can have more value and are generally easier to deal with.
  2. Container specifications. To make a ibc tote desirable for purchase, it must be made ready for what a buyer is looking for.  Buyers of used/reconditioned ibc tote often look for specific intermediate bulk container manufacturers, specific cage and pallet types, certain valve types, and compatible prior products.
  3. Freight/shipping cost. Unfortunately, ‘shipping air’ is expensive.  You may have the best-looking, shiny, new, one-time use, previously held deionized water ibc tote, but if it must be shipped a long distance, it can bring down the value significantly.  On the other hand, if you’re right next door to a buyer, it may be a perfect match!

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Recycle

IBC Tote Recycling

Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Recycling Totes Drums Tanks

CleanTotes offers dependable IBC Tote Recycling.  From pickup to delivery our process is aimed at recycling IBC  containers.


If you’re looking to Recycle your Unused or Unwanted ibc containers or you’re looking to purchase Used and Reconditioned Intermediate Bulk Containers or Totes, please contact us today so we can better help you meet your needs.


Does my IBC have value?

Like almost any used product, your tote is worth what someone is willing to pay. 

Usually three main factors determine if your ibc tote has value, or if it will cost you money to dispose/recycle it:

  1. Prior product, and can the tote be cleaned. How much it costs to clean your ibc container, or if it even CAN be cleaned, is a big factor.  Typically, water is used in most cleaning processes, and while some products can be cleaned this way, others (petroleum oils, for example), present their own problems when cleaned with water.  Some prior products are incompatible for re-use at all, such as many pesticides and toxic chemicals. Even many ‘food grade’ products can be considered hazardous materials (cranberry juice can have a pH level of 2.3!).  All containers must be clean and free of residue prior to disposal/recycling, so proper management of the prior product can dictate much of the cost. Units with no residual product and properly triple rinsed can have more value and are generally easier to deal with.
  2. Container specifications. To make a ibc container desirable for purchase, it must be made ready for what a buyer is looking for.  Buyers of used/reconditioned ibc container often look for specific ibc container manufacturers, specific cage and pallet types, certain valve types, and compatible prior products.
  3. Freight/shipping cost. Unfortunately, ‘shipping air’ is expensive.  You may have the best-looking, shiny, new, one-time use, previously held deionized water ibc container, but if it must be shipped a long distance, it can bring down the value significantly.  On the other hand, if you’re right next door to a buyer, it may be a perfect match!

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Recycling

Intermediate Bulk Container Tote Recycling

Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Recycling Totes Drums Tanks

CleanTotes offers dependable IBC Tote Recycling.  From pickup to delivery our process is aimed at recycling IBC tanks, totes and containers.


If you’re looking to Recycle your Unused or Unwanted ibc totes or you’re looking to purchase Used and Reconditioned Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Totes, please contact us today so we can better help you meet your needs.


Does my ibc tote have value?

Like almost any used product, your tote is worth what someone is willing to pay. 

Usually three main factors determine if your ibc tote has value, or if it will cost you money to dispose/recycle it:

  1. Prior product, and can the tote be cleaned. How much it costs to clean your ibc tote, or if it even CAN be cleaned, is a big factor.  Typically, water is used in most cleaning processes, and while some products can be cleaned this way, others (petroleum oils, for example), present their own problems when cleaned with water.  Some prior products are incompatible for re-use at all, such as many pesticides and toxic chemicals. Even many ‘food grade’ products can be considered hazardous materials (cranberry juice can have a pH level of 2.3!).  All containers must be clean and free of residue prior to disposal/recycling, so proper management of the prior product can dictate much of the cost. Units with no residual product and properly triple rinsed can have more value and are generally easier to deal with.
  2. Container specifications. To make a ibc tote desirable for purchase, it must be made ready for what a buyer is looking for.  Buyers of used/reconditioned ibc tote often look for specific ibc tote manufacturers, specific cage and pallet types, certain valve types, and compatible prior products.
  3. Freight/shipping cost. Unfortunately, ‘shipping air’ is expensive.  You may have the best-looking, shiny, new, one-time use, previously held deionized water ibc tote, but if it must be shipped a long distance, it can bring down the value significantly.  On the other hand, if you’re right next door to a buyer, it may be a perfect match!

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Tote Recycling

Intermediate Bulk Container Tote Recycling

Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Recycling Totes Drums Tanks

CleanTotes offers dependable Tote Recycling.  From pickup to delivery our process is aimed at recycling IBC tanks, totes and containers.


If you’re looking to Recycle your Unused or Unwanted Totes or you’re looking to purchase Used and Reconditioned Totes, please contact us today so we can better help you meet your needs.


Does my tote have value?

Like almost any used product, your tote is worth what someone is willing to pay. 

Usually three main factors determine if your tote has value, or if it will cost you money to dispose/recycle it:

  1. Prior product, and can the tote be cleaned. How much it costs to clean your IBC Tote, or if it even CAN be cleaned, is a big factor.  Typically, water is used in most cleaning processes, and while some products can be cleaned this way, others (petroleum oils, for example), present their own problems when cleaned with water.  Some prior products are incompatible for re-use at all, such as many pesticides and toxic chemicals. Even many ‘food grade’ products can be considered hazardous materials (cranberry juice can have a pH level of 2.3!).  All containers must be clean and free of residue prior to disposal/recycling, so proper management of the prior product can dictate much of the cost. Units with no residual product and properly triple rinsed can have more value and are generally easier to deal with.
  2. Container specifications. To make a IBC Tote desirable for purchase, it must be made ready for what a buyer is looking for.  Buyers of used/reconditioned IBC Tote often look for specific IBC Tote manufacturers, specific cage and pallet types, certain valve types, and compatible prior products.
  3. Freight/shipping cost. Unfortunately, ‘shipping air’ is expensive.  You may have the best-looking, shiny, new, one-time use, previously held deionized water IBC Tote, but if it must be shipped a long distance, it can bring down the value significantly.  On the other hand, if you’re right next door to a buyer, it may be a perfect match!

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Recycle Totes

Recycle Intermediate Bulk Container Totes

 

Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Recycling Totes Drums Tanks

CleanTotes offers dependable Intermediate Bulk Container Tote Recycling.  From pickup to delivery our process is aimed at recycling IBC tanks, totes and containers.


If you’re looking to Recycle your Unused or Unwanted Intermediate Bulk Container Totes or you’re looking to purchase Used and Reconditioned Intermediate Bulk Container Totes, please contact us today so we can better help you meet your needs.


Does my IBC Tote have value?

Like almost any used product, your IBC Tote is worth what someone is willing to pay. 

Usually three main factors determine if your IBC Tote has value, or if it will cost you money to dispose/recycle it:

  1. Prior product, and can the IBC Tote be cleaned. How much it costs to clean your Intermediate Bulk Container Tote, or if it even CAN be cleaned, is a big factor.  Typically, water is used in most cleaning processes, and while some products can be cleaned this way, others (petroleum oils, for example), present their own problems when cleaned with water.  Some prior products are incompatible for re-use at all, such as many pesticides and toxic chemicals. Even many ‘food grade’ products can be considered hazardous materials (cranberry juice can have a pH level of 2.3!).  All containers must be clean and free of residue prior to disposal/recycling, so proper management of the prior product can dictate much of the cost. Units with no residual product and properly triple rinsed can have more value and are generally easier to deal with.
  2. Container specifications. To make a Intermediate Bulk Container Tote desirable for purchase, it must be made ready for what a buyer is looking for.  Buyers of used/reconditioned Intermediate Bulk Container Tote often look for specific Intermediate Bulk Container Tote manufacturers, specific cage and pallet types, certain valve types, and compatible prior products.
  3. Freight/shipping cost. Unfortunately, ‘shipping air’ is expensive.  You may have the best-looking, shiny, new, one-time use, previously held deionized water Intermediate Bulk Container Tote, but if it must be shipped a long distance, it can bring down the value significantly.  On the other hand, if you’re right next door to a buyer, it may be a perfect match!

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Recycle Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Totes

Recycle Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Totes

 

Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Recycling Totes Drums Tanks

CleanTotes offers dependable Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Tote Recycling.  From pickup to delivery our process is aimed at recycling IBC tanks, totes and containers.


If you’re looking to Recycle your Unused or Unwanted Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Totes or you’re looking to purchase Used and Reconditioned Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Totes, please contact us today so we can better help you meet your needs.


Does my Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Tote have value?

Like almost any used product, your Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Tote is worth what someone is willing to pay. 

Usually three main factors determine if your Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Tote has value, or if it will cost you money to dispose/recycle it:

  1. Prior product, and can the Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Tote be cleaned. How much it costs to clean your Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Tote, or if it even CAN be cleaned, is a big factor.  Typically, water is used in most cleaning processes, and while some products can be cleaned this way, others (petroleum oils, for example), present their own problems when cleaned with water.  Some prior products are incompatible for re-use at all, such as many pesticides and toxic chemicals. Even many ‘food grade’ products can be considered hazardous materials (cranberry juice can have a pH level of 2.3!).  All containers must be clean and free of residue prior to disposal/recycling, so proper management of the prior product can dictate much of the cost. Units with no residual product and properly triple rinsed can have more value and are generally easier to deal with.
  2. Container specifications. To make a Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Tote desirable for purchase, it must be made ready for what a buyer is looking for.  Buyers of used/reconditioned Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Tote often look for specific Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Tote manufacturers, specific cage and pallet types, certain valve types, and compatible prior products.
  3. Freight/shipping cost. Unfortunately, ‘shipping air’ is expensive.  You may have the best-looking, shiny, new, one-time use, previously held deionized water Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Tote, but if it must be shipped a long distance, it can bring down the value significantly.  On the other hand, if you’re right next door to a buyer, it may be a perfect match!

Contact CleanTotes | Read More | Frequently Asked Questions

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Intermediate Bulk Container Recycling

Intermediate Bulk Container Recycling

 

Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Recycling Totes Drums Tanks

CleanTotes offers dependable Intermediate Bulk Container Recycling.  From pickup to delivery our process is aimed at recycling ibc tanks, totes and containers.


If you’re looking to Recycle your Unused or Unwanted Intermediate Bulk Containers or you’re looking to purchase Used and Reconditioned Intermediate Bulk Containers, please contact us today so we can better help you meet your needs.


Does my container have value?

Like almost any used product, your container is worth what someone is willing to pay. 

Usually three main factors determine if your container has value, or if it will cost you money to dispose/recycle it:

  1. Prior product, and can the container be cleaned. How much it costs to clean your intermediate bulk container, or if it even CAN be cleaned, is a big factor.  Typically, water is used in most cleaning processes, and while some products can be cleaned this way, others (petroleum oils, for example), present their own problems when cleaned with water.  Some prior products are incompatible for re-use at all, such as many pesticides and toxic chemicals. Even many ‘food grade’ products can be considered hazardous materials (cranberry juice can have a pH level of 2.3!).  All containers must be clean and free of residue prior to disposal/recycling, so proper management of the prior product can dictate much of the cost. Units with no residual product and properly triple rinsed can have more value and are generally easier to deal with.
  2. Container specifications. To make a intermediate bulk container desirable for purchase, it must be made ready for what a buyer is looking for.  Buyers of used/reconditioned intermediate bulk container often look for specific intermediate bulk container manufacturers, specific cage and pallet types, certain valve types, and compatible prior products.
  3. Freight/shipping cost. Unfortunately, ‘shipping air’ is expensive.  You may have the best-looking, shiny, new, one-time use, previously held deionized water intermediate bulk container, but if it must be shipped a long distance, it can bring down the value significantly.  On the other hand, if you’re right next door to a buyer, it may be a perfect match!

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IBC Container Recycling

Intermediate Bulk Container Recycling

 

Intermediate Bulk Container IBC Recycling Totes Drums Tanks

CleanTotes offers dependable Intermediate Bulk Container Recycling.  From pickup to delivery our process is aimed at recycling ibc tanks, totes and containers.


If you’re looking to Recycle your Unused or Unwanted Intermediate Bulk Containers or you’re looking to purchase Used and Reconditioned Intermediate Bulk Containers, please contact us today so we can better help you meet your needs.


Does my container have value?

Like almost any used product, your container is worth what someone is willing to pay. 

Usually three main factors determine if your container has value, or if it will cost you money to dispose/recycle it:

  1. Prior product, and can the container be cleaned. How much it costs to clean your intermediate bulk container, or if it even CAN be cleaned, is a big factor.  Typically, water is used in most cleaning processes, and while some products can be cleaned this way, others (petroleum oils, for example), present their own problems when cleaned with water.  Some prior products are incompatible for re-use at all, such as many pesticides and toxic chemicals. Even many ‘food grade’ products can be considered hazardous materials (cranberry juice can have a pH level of 2.3!).  All containers must be clean and free of residue prior to disposal/recycling, so proper management of the prior product can dictate much of the cost. Units with no residual product and properly triple rinsed can have more value and are generally easier to deal with.
  2. Container specifications. To make a intermediate bulk container desirable for purchase, it must be made ready for what a buyer is looking for.  Buyers of used/reconditioned intermediate bulk container often look for specific intermediate bulk container manufacturers, specific cage and pallet types, certain valve types, and compatible prior products.
  3. Freight/shipping cost. Unfortunately, ‘shipping air’ is expensive.  You may have the best-looking, shiny, new, one-time use, previously held deionized water intermediate bulk container, but if it must be shipped a long distance, it can bring down the value significantly.  On the other hand, if you’re right next door to a buyer, it may be a perfect match!

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