Big Blok, LLC

Business Address: 17408 NE 29th St.
Vancouver, WA 98682
Clark County
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Business Contact: Mr. Greg Nuber
Sales Mgr.
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Veteran Owned Business | Navy, Separated | Member since February 15th, 2016

Big Blok is unique, innovative container system designed to stack and nest, providing vertical and horizontal stability. The materials are FDA approved so good for potable water, food, suitable for medical supplies, fuels, parts, ammo, pet food, wastes including human waste. Part of the system is a portable potty. The primary material is LDPE with a UV protector and just about any color desired.

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The discipline to carry through on the job.

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