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New Enviro-Crates are safe and secure

07-04-2010
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A Plus Plastic’s new Enviro-Crate range of recycled materials handling crates have been in big demand by a wide range of industry sectors since being launched earlier this year.

Certified by Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA) the crates have minimal impact on the environment. They are 100% recycled and 100% recyclable.

UV stabilized, the Enviro-Crate range is among the most durable on the market.

The Enviro-Crate range includes the industry standard stack and nest crates (Nos. 15, 10 & 7) as well as the Enviro Security Crate (68L), which is perfect for relocation and document storage companies.

Recycled means non-food grade, but it also means a significantly cheaper option without sacrificing quality.
 
A Plus Plastics
Ph: 02 9603 2088
www.aplusplastics.com.au

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