|Material:||Cornstarch Or Plastic||Feature:||100% Biodegradable Compostable|
|Color:||Black, Clear, Green, Customization||Bearing:||Heavy Duty|
Cornstarch Heavy Duty Bin Bag,
100% Biodegradable Heavy Duty Bin Bag,
Plastic Compostable Biodegradable Garbage Bags
Cornstarch Made 100% Biodegradable Compostable Heavy Duty Bin Bag
Compostable Bin Liners (Cornstarch Made 100% Biodegradable Compostable)
Which Bin Bag Do I Need?
When buying bin bags, there are three key factors you need to consider.
The first of those is the type of bin bag you need. Bin bags are made in a variety of colours and from different materials. This determines what waste is going to be put in them, and how they will be disposed of.
The second factor to consider is the size of bin bag you need. It’s important that you find the right size bag to ensure you make the most of the space in your bins.
The final factor is the weight and quantity of waste going into your bin bags. To prevent rips and spills, it’s vital you choose a bin bag that is strong enough to handle the weight of your refuse.
What type of bin bag do I need?
To find the best type of bin bag for your needs, you need to think about how you segregate and dispose of your waste. Whether you’re disposing of general rubbish, recyclable materials or food waste, there’s a type of bin bag to suit.
The main types of bin bag are:
Black Bin Bags
Clear Bin Bags
Coloured Bin Bags
Black Bin Bags
No matter how hard you try, there will always be materials in your waste that cannot be recycled. This rubbish is called general waste, or ‘residual waste’, and should be disposed of in black bin bags.
Examples of general waste include:
Contaminated food packaging
Sweet wrappers and crisp packets
TIP: Polystyrene is generally not accepted for recycling. Speak with your waste collection service provider to see if they will collect it.
General waste is usually sent to landfill sites and is often the most expensive way to dispose of your rubbish. With the high current landfill tax sitting, you should try to use non-landfill waste management options, such as recycling and composting, wherever possible.
Using these non-landfill solutions will not only save your business money, but also reduce your environmental impact.
Clear Bin Bags
One of the most popular uses of clear bin bags is as part of a dry mixed recycling system (also known as ‘co-mingled recycling’).
A dry mixed recycling system is where a wide range of uncontaminated recyclable materials are all disposed of into one single recycling bin. These mixed materials are then collected and sent to a materials recovery facility (MRF) where they will be segregated into different waste streams and recycled separately.
Some of the most common types of material used in a dry mixed recycling system include:
Paper - newspapers, office paper and magazines
Cardboard - corrugated cardboard and card
Plastic – clean drinks bottles, salad trays and microwavable meal trays
Metal – clean drinks cans and food tins
Many waste management services will refuse to collect recyclable materials that are not stored in clear or tinted bin bags. Collection services need to see that all the materials are recyclable and not mixed in with general waste. Clear bin bags enable this visual check, while a black refuse sack would prevent it.
Because all the materials are disposed of into one single container, there is no need for colour-coded segregation. Therefore, clear bin bags make the best choice for dry mixed recycling systems.
Clear bin bags are also preferred for the disposal of general waste in many retail and hospitality businesses, as well as high security environments such as airports, train stations and shopping centres. The clear material helps to prevent the theft of valuable merchandise and allows suspicious items to be easily identified.
Coloured Bin Bags
If you produce a large quantity of one or more recyclable materials, it is often more cost-effective to segregate each type into separate waste streams on-site – rather than using a dry mixed recycling system.
While this waste segregation can be achieved with a clear refuse sack, coloured bin bags help to ensure the right material is disposed of into the right bag. This reduces the risk of general rubbish and incorrect materials contaminating the recycling process.
There is no hard and fast rule for recycling colours. If you are looking to dispose of any recyclable material into its own waste stream, you should use whatever coloured bins you already have and match the bin bag colour to suit. We offer a range of coloured bin bags - including red, blue, green and yellow sacks - that are all ideal for use with your coloured bins.
Coloured bin bags are also tinted so that, like clear bin bags, the contents can be easily viewed by waste management services when collecting your refuse
We support OEM Service, and we produce customized bags include:
1. Supermarket Shopping Bags, Check-out Bags, Singlet Bags,
2. T-Shirt Bags on Roll
3, Fruit and Vegetable Bags on Roll, Vegetable Bags
4, Bin Liner, Garbage Bags, Trash Bags
5, Pet Waste Bags, Dog Poop Bags
6, Aprons without Sleeve and etc.
|Availible materials:||Bag shape:|
|Traditional Plastics: HDPE, LDPE, Other reusable and recycled plastics||Flat bags|
|TUV AUSTRIA, BPI, Australasian Bioplastics certified: 100% compostable and biodegradable material.||T-Shirt bags, Bags with handle|
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