CONTROLTEK Achieves GreenCircle Certification for EcoLOK4, the First GreenCircle Certified 90% Post-Consumer Recycled Cash Deposit Bag

Bridgewater, N.J. (November 14, 2022) CONTROLTEK, the global leader in tamper-evident cash security solutions, has earned GreenCircle certification for EcoLOK4, the first GreenCircle Certified 90% post-consumer recycled (PCR) cash deposit bag.

Through its robust third-party certification process, GreenCircle Certified certifies the film used to make CONTROLTEK’s EcoLOK4 tamper-evident cash deposit bag is comprised of 90% PCR content.

“CONTROLTEK leads the way in innovative and responsible product design and manufacturing practices. We are delighted to offer the financial industry the first GreenCircle Certified, eco-conscious, high-quality tamper-evident solution for cash transport operations,” said  Tom Meehan, CFI, president at CONTROLTEK. “Achieving GreenCircle certification is a testament to our commitment to designing products that improve our environmental footprint through responsible business practices while also strengthening the industries in which we serve.”

“We commend CONTROLTEK for achieving GreenCircle Recycled Content certification for their EcoLOK4 cash deposit bags. The Recycled Content certification was the first standard developed by GreenCircle in 2009 and has been used as a reference for a wide range of industry organizations,” said Tad Radzinski, certification officer at GreenCircle. “Recycled content is one of the most common sustainability claims and with this third-party certification, CONTROLTEK validates their claims while demonstrating their commitment to transparency in being a brand their customers can trust.”

GreenCircle is an internationally recognized third-party certification entity whose thorough evaluation process provides independent verification that sustainability claims related to an organization’s products and operations are honest, valid, and verified. GreenCircle Certification sets the standard for accuracy and accountability regarding products made from upcycled materials and is recognized as a valid third-party certification entity by the U.S. Federal Government, the United States Green Building Council (USGBC), the International Living Future Institute (ILFI) and the Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR).

For more information about CONTROLTEK’s EcoLOK4, the first GreenCircle Certified cash deposit bag made of 90% PCR material, visit CONTROLTEK’s website or contact a CONTROLTEK sales representative at

CONTROLTEK Launches First-Ever 90% Post-Consumer Recycled Tamper-Evident Cash Deposit Bag

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. (November 8, 2022) – CONTROLTEK, the global leader in tamper-evident cash security solutions, launches the first and only 90% post-consumer recycled (PCR) tamper-evident cash deposit bag – EcoLOK4.

“For nearly half a century we’ve been helping the nation’s leading banks, armored couriers, and retailers transport cash safely and securely. As we evaluated our environmental impact, we realized that the industry would not be able to eliminate single-use cash deposit bags but knew there had to be a more sustainable way to transport cash,” said Rod Diplock, chief executive officer at CONTROLTEK.

“The film used to make EcoLOK4 is comprised of 90% PCR plastic. This is the most ecofriendly cash deposit bag on the market without compromising security or durability,” said Brian Diplock, vice president of strategic sourcing and product development at CONTROLTEK. “This is a game changer for the industry as it allows businesses to remain confident in the security of their cash in transit while reducing the environmental burden of their cash handling operations and ultimately protecting our planet.”

“Unlike traditional plastic deposit bags that use post-industrial recycled plastic created from excess scrap plastic produced in the manufacturing process, we repurpose plastic waste created by consumer households and businesses, to make the EcoLOK4, said Tom Meehan, president at CONTROLTEK. “With this new tamper-evident bag we reduce the amount of virgin plastic used, lowering our industry’s carbon footprint, and helping our financial institution and retail partners achieve their sustainability goals by closing the loop in reducing waste, preventing pollution, and conserving natural resources.”

For more information about and to request a sample of CONTROLTEK’s new EcoLOK4 tamper-evident cash deposit bag, visit CONTROLTEK’s website or contact a CONTROLTEK sales representative at

CONTROLTEK to Facilitate Design Thinking Interactive Workshop at Americas Cash Cycle Seminar

CONTROLTEK, a leader in the cash security industry, and a sponsor at the Americas Cash Cycle Seminar in San Diego will facilitate the Design Thinking Interactive Workshop: Let’s Get Coin Moving on Monday, November 14 at 1:00pm PST.

During the workshop delegates will participate in the CONTROLTEK Design Thinking method, an innovative problem-solving process for reaching more human-centric solutions.

“We look forward to guiding ACCS attendees through this interactive workshop to look at industry challenges differently,” said Tom Meehan, president at CONTROLTEK. “The CONTROLTEK Design Thinking method differs from traditional solution development because it emphasizes understanding the user, challenging preconceived notions, and redefining problems in order to come up with different strategies that might not have been obvious at first.”

“At Currency Research, we look for opportunities to enhance the conference experience” said Shaun Ferrari, vice president at Currency Research. “This interactive workshop arms attendees with a new understanding of Design Thinking and a set of tools that can be applied in their work after they leave the conference.”

Americas Cash Cycle Seminar, presented by Currency Research, offers insights and strategies to streamline processes, learn valuable solutions and best practices, network with cash industry peers and more. It is attended by representatives of central banks, commercial banks, cash management companies and technology partners.

To learn more about and register for Americas Cash Cycle Seminar and the Design Thinking Interactive Workshop, visit: Currency Research’s website here..