The EcoBalance caps are made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled (PCR) resin from recycled containers, further expanding the EcoBalance product portfolio of sustainable packaging and accessories for Greif®. When compared to standard plastic caps, internal analysis from the Green Tool by Greif shows a potential reduction of carbon emissions by up to 45 percent.
Easy to apply and remove, the closures come in two varieties - the SambaCap™ for steel drums and the Push-Lock™ cap for fibre and plastic drums. Both caps are also complementary to the Tri-Sure Metal and PlastiplugTM Closure Systems, respectively.
“EcoBalance caps support sustainability goals of reducing carbon emissions, minimizing energy consumption, and diverting waste from landfills,” explains Dale Taylor, Global Product Development Manager Closures at Greif. “They signify our commitment to making sustainable improvements across our product lines that support a closed-loop system for recycling material and reducing waste, whilst maintaining the high levels of quality our customers expect.”
Throughout the world, hundreds of millions of containers are secured with Tri-Sure closure systems, which are developed and enhanced in conjunction with drum manufacturers, fillers, re-conditioners, and users. To find out more visit www.tri-sure.com.
For more information about Tri-Sure Ecobalance Samba Cap, click here.
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Tri-Sure will be at Hall 10 Booth 7 for this major global event taking place between May 4-10, alongside parent company Greif®, a global industrial packaging provider showcasing its own extensive portfolio. Tri-Sure at interpack 2023.