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IBCNA Approach EPA 2011 IBC Mr. Larry Bricco – IBCNA

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2 IBCNA Approach EPA 2011 IBC Mr. Larry Bricco – IBCNA

3 Meeting EPA – Pesticide EPA 2011 IBC Over the last 24 months IBCNA has worked with our customers, new and old, to meet each provision of the regulation. Which include: DOT container design, construction and marking standards Serial number marking One-way valves and tamper- evident devices

4 Our Customers Objectives Not only – Meet EPA Pesticide 2011 Reusable Easy Maintenance Affordable Return Program Available now! EPA 2011 IBC

5 Labeled and Constructed to DOT regulations EPA 2011 Requirement - Met EPA 2011 IBC

6 Customer Desire Reusability HDPE Bottle with UV inhibitors 40# bottle a full 5 pound minimum extra weight than brand X Corrugated Bottle adds structural strength EPA 2011 IBC

7 Reusability Cont’d Heavy Duty Pallet 100% welded (no screws in vital areas) 15# heavier than brand X Large Valve “dog house” area Bottom bar provides security on forks of tractor, and spreads load on uneven or soft surfaces EPA 2011 IBC

8 Meeting EPA – Pesticide EPA 2011 IBC One-way valves and tamper- evident devices

9 Unique Feature #4 6” fill cap with tamper proof/evident 1.5” vent Fully safety sealed at the 6” lid and 1.5” vent 1.5” vent is unthreaded to vent (preventing mass loss of product which occurs with self venting vents) 1.5” vent is unremovable, tamperproof and tamper evident Prototype RT3 IBC

10 Unique Feature #4 Continued Lid meet s EPA Pesticide Regulations Lid has been tested and allows maximum air flow to provide fast discharge EPA 2011 IBC

11 Unique Feature #4 Continued Four large openings in the vent provide maximum air flow for discharge Rain shield surrounding vent mechanism prevent rain water or other liquid contamination EPA 2011 IBC

12 Unique Feature #4 Continued 1.5” Vent threads open and stays open to provide maximum venting during discharge. Other vents used in the Agricultural Industry sag which reduces product evacuation time. EPA 2011 IBC

13 Unique Feature #4 Continued This lid and vent combination have been fully tested to meet UN and EPA regulations. This lid was made specifically for the Agricultural Chemical Industry and has been reviewed by manufactures, distributors and growers EPA 2011 IBC

14 6” Cap w/ tamper evident vent Meets EPA Regulations Easy safety seal Allows Enough Air for Max Flow of Product “Built in” ventable fitting Tamper proof EPA 2011 IBC

15 Ball Valve w/ Check Valve Innovation #5 Reusable Ball Valve with Check Valve and Safety Seals (patent pending) EPA 2011 IBC

16 Ball Valve w/ Check Valve Innovation #5 Rubber Check Valve opens to allow full product evacuation and reseals and seats itself preventing back flow Large opening prevents trapping of heel in IBC EPA 2011 IBC

17 Ball Valve w/ Check Valve Innovation #5 Valve is foil safety sealed with a pull tab Check valve is located right behind the foil seal EPA 2011 IBC

18 Ball Valve w/ Check Valve Innovation #5 Cap is built for safety sealing and has labeling notifying operator of Check Valve Valve is replaceable, yet built for repeated use EPA 2011 IBC

19 Meeting EPA – Pesticide EPA 2011 IBC One-way valves and tamper- evident devices MET – 2/2010

20 Customer Desire Affordability IBCNA upcharge to make IBC’s completely complaint is approximately $5.00 per IBC EPA 2011 IBC

21 Meeting EPA – Pesticide EPA 2011 IBC Serial number marking Available on UN sticker – MET 2/2010 IBCNA Customer Mark Own

22 The emptier of the IBC can arrange for pick-up by simply logging on to or by calling the telephone number on the label. EPA 2011 IBC Customer Desire – Return Program

23 EPA 2011 IBC MUST HAVE MASSIVE STOCK

24 EPA 2011 IBC Question to Ask about your EPA 2011 IBC Will the size opening on the one way valve impede product flow? Is the check valve compatible with my product? Will this design increase the amount of unused product in the IBC? Is this design easily identifiable compared to a standard IBC? How much more does it cost to go to this IBC? What type of tamper proof vent is on the IBC? Does the vent allow for full evacuation of product? Is it truly tamper evident?

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