IBCs are an efficient storage device, but it can be challenging to clean IBCs. Suppliers who transport materials using IBCs are required to clean and recondition IBCs before they can be used again in their processes. Additionally, IBCs must be UN/DOT tested and approved for transport, ensuring they are leak-proof and meet appropriate pressure ratings.
Why Recondition Your IBCs
The transition towards a circular economy, where the value of products, materials and resources is maintained for as long as possible, and the generation of waste minimized, is essential to developing a sustainable, resource efficient and competitive economy. Because of their purpose to contain consumable goods, packaging items are particularly prone to re-use.
The Sherman Roto Tank, LLC Reconditioning Program provides an IBC reconditioning service to its customers giving your IBCs more life, while lightening your impact on the environment.
How Our IBC Reconditioning Program Works
Once you enroll in our Reconditioning Program, we will collect empty, cleaned IBCs and transport them to a reconditioning facility where they will be inspected, retrofitted, repaired (if possible), and tested maximizing the longevity of your IBCs.
We Collect your Empty & Clean IBCs
IBCs Are inspected, retrofitted, repaired, & tested
Reconditioned IBCs Are conveniently Returned to you
The Sherman IBC Reconditioning Program Includes
With our collection and reuse program, you can reclaim the value of your returned IBCs. Our program includes the following:
- Collection of empty packaging
- Laundry service of packaging, including rebottling, washing, and furnace oxidation
- Drying and testing of packaging
- Any minor IBC repair
- Returning packaging to customer
Do You Need to Recycle Your End-of-Life IBCs?
Do you have a yard full of old chemical tanks that you aren't sure how to safely and ethically dispose of?
If you need to recycle your old end-of-life IBCs, check out our Sustainability Program. With this program you can safely, cost-effectively, and legally dispose chemical tanks and IBCs that are currently taking up valuable space while ensuring they don't end up in a landfill.