Casey Container Corp. began with a vision of bringing meaningful eco-packaging solutions to forward thinking businesses and consumer brands. The company designs and custom manufactures biodegradable PET plastic preforms that become PET plastic containers, such as bottles for water or other beverage products. Casey Container Corp. trades on the OTC Bulletin Board and they have their headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The Company offers a 100 percent biodegradable plastic packaging solution. They use a breakthrough science called EcoPure™. Their packaging provides a stable, quality solution superior to starch based bioplastics and oxo-degradable products. Their biodegradable bottles are made of PET and other conventional polymers. They provide the same performance and cost effective advantages as conventional plastics.

Casey Container Corp.’s packaging solutions are also 100 percent recyclable. Their bottles can mix into the standard PET recycling stream, while bioplastics cannot. The Company designed their biodegradable plastic packaging solutions to meet strict standards for shelf life, appearance, and longevity. This makes them especially suited for retail product environments.

Bringing EcoPure™ to the PET bottle industry, the Company can offer a biodegradable PET product that features all of the benefits of traditional PET and breaks down in one to five years in anaerobic, aerobic, and compost environments. Their products, covered in the MSDS, consist only from FDA approved materials deemed food grade.

The EcoPure™ technology used to make the Company’s plastic packaging solutions biodegradable are useable with polystyrene (PS), polypropylene (PP), polyethyeleneterapthalate (PET), polyethylene (PE), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and most other types of polymer. The EcoPure™ technology adds nutrients and other organic compounds that weaken the polymer chain. This allows microbial action to colonize in and around the plastic. The bottles, now completely metabolized, turn into inert humus (biomass), biogas (anaerobic) or Co2 (aerobic).