CERTIFIED HEAT-TREATED PALLETS
Heat treating is required when shipping your product on pallets out of the country. The process requires a kiln to heat pallets to an internal temperature of 132.8 degrees thereby ensuring your pallets are free from any native bugs that could be residing in the wood. Using a kiln, for pest control, guarantees the safety and cleanliness of your pallets. For industries that require heat-treated pallets, Go Green Pallet maintains an on-site kiln to treat each of our new, reconditioned or remanufactured pallets.
For businesses that plan on shipping to countries that are a part of the United Nations, you’ll want to make sure you have a trustworthy, certified source for heat-treated pallets. A treaty from the International Standard for Phytosanitary Measures NO 15 requires that all solid wood packaging (i.e. pallets) must be heat-treated before being imported into any member country.
To ensure that we produce ISPM compliant pallets, our kiln is independently inspected and certified each and every month. All pallets that go the process are then stamped with our unique ISPM number ensuring your product travels safely and smoothly through the customs procedures.
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