Storage & Transportation Of Used Lead Acid Batteries
Highlighted below are the features of the Battery Transport & Storage (BTS) Container that make it ideal for the regulation compliant storage and transportation of used lead acid batteries.
Independent Review Of The BTS Container (UNISEG Pallet)
Battery Rescue commissioned Riskom International Pty Ltd to review the UNISEG Pallet’s suitability for the storage and transportation of used lead acid batteries. Riskom state that in their opinion the BTS Container, formerly referred to as the UNISEG Pallet, complies with the current requirements of Australian Dangerous Goods Code and the United Nations Model Regulations for Transport of Dangerous Goods 18 Rev, for the transport of used lead acid batteries (UN2794). A copy of Riskom’s report can be downloaded here.
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