Our Eco™ Pallet utilizes a one of a kind, patent pending spray technology that once applied creates a stronger more durable surface than that of a plain wooden pallet.
With regular use our pallets are built to last upwards of a maximum of 15 years and a minimum of 5-7 under normal conditions.
The EcoAir™ and EcoLife™ pallets are both hermatically sealed resulting in a surface that is non-porous as well as water, chemical, and bacteria resistant.
Our patent pending spray technology has been developed with multiple benefits for both the pallet’s structure and the user.
Yes! All testing data is available upon your request.
EcoLife™ pallets eliminate the need for the cutting of new trees as they are created from upcycled wood and can be recycled themselves. The quality of the pallet ensures that each can also be reused and repaired. Once our patent pending spray is applied to the wood it becomes 10X’s stronger and more durable and therefore longer lasting. The CO2 emission in comparison to a typical chemically treated wood and hard plastic pallets is virtually zero. It releases no CO2 or other harmful gasses during its manufacturing process or lifetime. It is also free from solvents, contains no plasticizers or PFAS, and contains no volatile organic compounds. Also no materials from this particular pallet end up in a landfill.
The EcoLife™ pallet in particular is a pallet with a circular economy, which means that this particular pallet does not have waste that ends up in a landfill. During the production of the EcoLife™ Pallet, we use renewable sources and ensure waste production is minimized. “Reuse, reduce, recycle and repair” are the words we live by. This pallet happily never needs to be sent to a landfill.
Plastic accounts for 3.4% of global greenhouse gas emissions and globally only 9% of plastics are able to be recycled. Eco Pallet is responsible for recycling its materials and helps ensure a greener planet.
The two best methods are through re-creating the original EPS by heating and reforming or by simply re-purposing the material into other products.