Before the International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM-15) that gives pallet manufacturers the option to heat treat their wooden pallets went into effect, a chemical treatment of methyl bromide was used and is still being used by some pallet manufacturing companies today.
We realize that not only is the use of methyl bromide dangerous to our employees, your employees, or anyone who comes in to contact with the chemically treated pallets during the loading and shipping process, but the chemical is also bad for the environment. It has been alleged that toxic chemical, methyl bromide has contributed to the depletion of the Ozone layer.
That's why offering south New Jersey heat treated pallets is a no-brainer to us. The whole purpose of chemically treating a wooden pallet with methyl bromide is to ensure the safety of the pallet, so if that process has an adverse effect, why use it? We take extreme pride in our recycling programs-both for the savings they offer your company as well as the positive effects they offer our environment.
Fortunately, our service area is fairly large. In fact, our heat treated services extend to Wilmington Delaware, Atlantic City, Edison, as well as the counties of Gloucester, Burlington, and Camden. Heat treated pallets are the most cost effective, safe, and efficient method for your company. In fact, companies who purchased our Camden heat treated pallets not only acknowledged their safety, they also proclaimed to their quality as well.
So if you are in the market for a cost-effective, environmentally friendly process in South New Jersey, heat treated pallets are the answer and we can help. From custom-made selections to recycling to removal, we have the program that will meet your specifications with a commitment to safety that is hard to ignore.