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Wooden Crates VS Plastic Crates

Posted on November 25, 2016

Wooden Crates Wooden crates continue to be the leader when importing/exporting goods. They are inexpensive and easy to repair while being made of interchangeable and recyclable material gives them the capacity to be remade, repurposed and resold, lengthening their shelf life considerably. Wooden crates cannot only be measured in their storage capabilities; but are biodegradable and frequently broken down to create mulch and paper once they’ve been deemed unusable. Being comprised of recyclable ingredients makes them far more environmentally friendly than their plastic and plywood competitors which are comprised of…

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The thought of sleeping on old wooden crates or eating dinner off a wooden pallet might not be at the forefront of every furniture owners mind, but as rustic sentiments and industrial decoration is becoming commonplace you can see an upsurge of furniture hunters moving away from overpriced furniture stores and closer to urban up-scaling by re-purposing and refurbishing old furniture and materials to create exciting home editions. Wooden pallets already come with a Feng Shui foundation for most household structures, their slat base and square design gives them absolute…

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Ways to Recycle your Pallets Creatively

Posted on October 21, 2016

Wooden pallets hold a treasure-trove of creative uses and can be a stylish addition to any space. They can be reused, repaired and repurposed multiple times which saves trees and energy while offsetting unnecessary costs for businesses. With high demand across Perth, not to mention all over Australia we are seeing wooden pallets moving out of the warehouse and being ‘upcycled’ into the household. Wooden Pallets are Proven to be Versatile Because of their versatility wooden pallets can be applied to enrich almost…

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1. What Is ISPM? The International Standards for Phytosanitary Measure (ISPM) is a regulatory guideline developed by the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) to enforce and guarantee the biosecurity of nation borders by protecting against the spread of pests, insects and bacteria as a by-product of international trade. 2. Who Is Responsible? Government border authorities are responsible for enforcing the ISPM 15 regulation on wood packaging material which expresses that an item shall be appropriately treated and marked under an official program developed and overseen by the National Plant Protection Organization (NPPO)…

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