Innovations in supply chain and waste and recycling products, services and solutions since 1913.
Since 1913, Rehrig Pacific has always had a modern attitude—futuristic, even. Our expertise in the physics of materials led us to develop reusable plastics back in the 60s before recycling was even a thing. Our mastery of the science of the supply chain and waste and recycling processes today delivers sophisticated RFID tracking, unparalleled safety and efficiency.
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We employ engineering fanatics who love polymers, particles and pallets. We also employ incredibly reliable and dedicated customer service professionals who will do everything they can to make sure you’re getting everything out of your partnership with us. In fact, we’re famous for it.
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Innovation is part science and part attitude. We will never rest in our pursuit of the best possible way to ship an apple, protect a waste collector’s lower back or cube out a truck. The lab does the designs, but we all take pride in the results.
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Yes, we make pallets and waste containers. But the most important thing we deliver is solutions. Our encyclopedic knowledge of supply chains and relentless curiosity mean we can solve problems for you everywhere you may encounter them.
It might not be possible for us to be experts on every single industry, but we are experts at the physics of packing and shipping products, collecting waste and recycling, and all kinds of supply chains. Compositions, durability, lightness and strength of materials. Precision calculations of unloading and collection times. The works. And if you understand the physics of the supply chain, you kinda understand how that affects every industry on earth. So that’s pretty cool. Rehrig Pacific can gently ship eggs, make pallets that double as store displays, track waste collection across the county, and discover new ways to perfect every part of the supply chain and we do it in industries as varied as bakery, beverage, dairy, environmental, foodservice, agriculture, fresh produce, protein, beer, wine and spirits, retail, automotive aftermarket, and home improvement.
We can’t help it; we get excited about plastics and all the other materials that go into pallets, packages, waste and recycling containers, and delivery products of all kinds. Our products are some of the lightest, strongest, safest, most efficient, reusable (and clever) on the market today. We’re excited to make even better products tomorrow.
In 1913, Rehrig Pacific saw an opportunity no one else did: to develop wood crates. Ever since, we’ve been at the forefront of delivery and supply chain reusable packaging, and waste and recycling container products, innovations and solutions. Our scientific curiosity has provided smarter and more efficient delivery methods and containers to the agriculture, beverage, bakery, retail, automotive, and environmental industries. Oh, and we probably made your home recycling cart too.
Check out the highlights of our long history of innovation.
Method 1: Placing Blocks
The first thing to do is block off the water source, if it isn’t already contained. Otherwise, it will continue to spread and you’ll constantly be one step behind. Now, here’s how water works in Minecraft: it expands outwards from a single “source” block. If you place something on top of the source block, the water flow stops.
The problem is that it’s not always obvious which block this is. If it’s a waterfall, like in the image above, the source will be at the top, but if you’re trying to get rid of a pool, you might have to try placing blocks in every available square.