West Virginia Used IBC Totes
Buy | Sell | Recycle | Free Removal in WV
ReUsed USA operates in West Virginia. We are able to provide free IBC Tote pick-ups and delivery across the entire state. We also provide used food grade, rebottled, reconditioned, and new IBC totes locally in WV.
Reused Usa IBC Totes
Used IBC Totes in West Virginia!
Buy Used IBC Totes
- Food Grade Totes
- We have IBC totes for Sale in WV
Sell IBC Totes
- Reused USA buys good containers
- We pay on average $10-$70 per good tote
- Free pick ups and drop trailers
Removal IBC Totes
- Free Removal and Recycling of Empty Totes
- No Charges for Broken or Dirty IBCs
- Rebates for good containers
IBC Tote Recycling in West Virginia
What types IBC totes do you sell in West Virginia?
- 1 time used dirty totes
- Rinsed Food Grade Totes
- Metal Totes
- New 330 Gallon & 275 Gallon
- Triple Rinsed
- 275 Gallon
- 330 Gallon
Do you Recycle Hazmat IBC Totes for Free?
Yes we do. As far as Hazmat IBCs are concerned, there is no extra charge for them. As long as the tote is empty when we pick it up, we will be more than happy to remove it from the premises. If you send us a full container, we will not be able to accept it, and it will be returned to you. Please also prepare the hazmat placards in a timely manner for the freight team.
How much are USEd IBC totes Worth in ID?
ReUsed USA pays IBC tote for anywhere from $15 – $100, depending on the condition of the tote.
Food grade totes are more valuable than other types of IBCs. Agricultural totes, herbicides, pesticides, and oil fracking are not as valuable due to their risks and hazards
What can i do with Old or Damaged IBC totes
We are unable to offer you a payment for the old or damaged IBCs as a result of the fact that they do not have any resale value. Our company is able to provide you with a free tote pick up service as well as recycle the totes that you have collected.
How Many IBC Tote Per Pick Up
We are able to fit 60 used IBC totes in one 53 foot dry van. It is important to have a forklift and loading dock on site. The Tote should also be loaded with valves facing the outer walls of the truck
Where are you located in West Virginia
We have Drop off Locations and offer pick-ups in the following zip codes:
We Provide Pick Ups and Drop Offs in the following Cities:
Free IBC Tote Pick Up
- Contact a Member of our Team
- Submit Pictures and Amount of IBCs
- Schedule a Truck for Pick Up
- We will pay you for good totes
Different Types of IBC Totes
The IBC tote, or intermediate bulk container, is a large, reusable container used for storing and transporting liquids. Because of their durability and ability to withstand harsh conditions, these totes are a popular choice for transporting chemicals, food products, and other liquids.
The market offers a variety of types of IBC totes, each designed to meet specific needs. IBC totes are commonly available in the following types:
Plastic(HDPE) IBC totes:
The most common type of IBC tote is made of high-density polyethylene (HDPE). In addition to being strong and durable, HDPE is also resistant to chemicals and corrosive materials. Totes made of plastic are available in a variety of sizes and designs, and they can be fitted with a variety of valves and fittings.
Metal IBC tanks:
In addition to being made of stainless steel or carbon steel, these totes are designed for applications that require a high level of durability and corrosion resistance. Totes made of metal are often used for transporting chemicals, as well as for food products requiring strict hygiene standards. Plastic IBC totes are typically lighter and cheaper, but metal IBC totes offer superior durability and long-term performance.
Composite IBC totes:
Combining plastic and metal, these totes offer the best of both worlds. Metal IBC totes tend to be heavier and more expensive than composite totes, but composite totes are usually lighter and more cost-effective. Chemists and other hazardous materials are often transported in these totes.
Reusable IBC totes:
For transporting chemicals from one place to another, these totes are designed to be used multiple times. Stainless steel or HDPE are the most commonly used materials in reusable IBC totes, as they are designed to withstand repeated use and cleaning.
For businesses that frequently transport liquids, these totes offer a more cost-effective and sustainable option than disposable ones.
Types of Recycled IBC Totes
- Used Food Grade
- Triple Rinsed
Standard IBC Tote Sizes
- 275 Gallon
- 330 Gallon
Aside from the different materials used in the construction of IBC totes, there are also different designs and configurations. The following are some examples of common designs:
- Stackable IBC totes: These totes have interlocking features that allow them to stack on top of one another, making storage and transportation easier.
- With pallet-mounted IBC totes, forklifts and other material handling equipment can easily handle and transport these totes.
- IBC caged totes provide additional protection and stability during transportation by enclosing the totes in a metal cage.
The type of IBC tote that is best suited for a particular application will depend on a variety of factors, including the type of liquid being transported, the desired level of durability, and how often it will be used. Individuals and businesses can choose the right type of IBC tote for their specific needs by considering these factors.