Shipping & Conversion Info

2 cubic ft bags 17.5″L x 11.5″W x 7.5″H – approximately 13 lbs per bag. 

4×4 pallet, 50 bags per pallet, 7 feet in height

  1. 53 ft Container(Land Transport)-32 Pallets – 1600 bags
  2. 40 Ft. Container – 24 Pallets – 1,200 bags
  3. 20 Ft. Container – 16 Pallets – 800 bags
  4. 55 gal. Drums
  5. Metric Ton

AmCorCo is not required to have a license to be marketed, sold and used in the United States or any other country.

It is an all-natural, biodegradable organic absorbent that is made from the dry stalk of a unique plant, an annual agricultural crop and is a member of hibiscus family such as hemp, cotton and okra.

FOR EXPORT/IMPORT:

Harmonized Code Number: 5303.10.0000

Description: Ground Cellulose Absorbent

The above is its International Classification that is being used for Export and Import to other countries.

Calculations to know how much Amcor Sorbe is required to clean a spill:

Weights of different liquids;

1 Gal of crude oil – 7.21 Lbs

1 Gal of Water – 8.33 Lbs

CONVERSIONS;

1 Lbs = 0.4535 Kg

1 Kg = 2.204 Lbs

1 Metric Ton = 1,000 Kg

1 Metric Ton = 2,204 Lbs

Example

How much Amcor Sorbe required to clean the 90K gal of oil spill

1 bag of Amcor Sorbe = 35Lbs  

90,000 Gal X 7.21 Lbs = 648,900 Lbs Amcor Sorbe

648,900 Lbs of Oil / 35 Lbs of Bag = 18,540 Bags
Amcor Sorbe

18,540 Bags = 648,900 Lbs / 2,204 Lbs = 294.4 Metric Tons
Amcor Sorbe

If we say that our product cleans 6X’s the volume, then 294.4 Metric Tons /6 = 49 Metric Tons of Amcor Sorbe required to clean the 90,000 Gal of crude oil spill