10 Litre (Small) Landfill Biodegradable Kitchen Garbage Bag (Wholesale available)
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100% Landfill Biodegradable, Light Grey, 12µm, 100 bags per roll, 36w x 42h cm
Made with 50% post industrial recycled plastic.
Suitable for 10 litre kitchen tidy bins. Every bag:
Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
Will biodegrade without oxygen
Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
Is from an Australian owned company
Is made with 50% Recycled Plastic for sustainability
The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this.
With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items. Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year. Only about 10% is recycled. This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there.
Thesebiodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled. It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with.
Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill. This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.
No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues. Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!