In an ideal world there would be no such thing as waste. But the road towards his goal is long and complex. Waste or no waste, we still need garbage bags. They are practical and offer the user convenience. However, there are many kinds of garbage bag to choose from. Which garbage bag do you use? The garbage bags from Biodore® are fully compostable. This means that at the end of the ‘journey’ they aren’t waste they are valuable compost
The range comprises certificated bio-plastic garbage bags and very strong paper sacks. The bio-plastic garbage bags are made of starch and carry the Seedling Logo. This shows that the bags are made of compostable plastic and are suitable for processing in an industrial composting facility. The bio-plastic garbage bags are extremely strong and are suitable for collecting kitchen and garden waste. These bags are available in four sizes (40, 60, 120 and 240 litres). The 240 litre-bags fit perfectly in the green container. Thanks to the garbage bags, having to deal with encrusted food waste is a thing of the past and the waste bin and container remain clean and fresh.
Think paper garbage sacks and you may immediately think of tears and leaks. Nothing is further from the truth. Thanks to their unique material composition, Biodore® paper garbage sacks are extremely strong and moisture-proof, even without a coating. This material also makes these sacks the only paper garbage sacks in the category that are certificated compostable, which means they can be disposed of along with the kitchen and/or garden rubbish. The compostable paper garbage sacks are available in 60 litre and 140 litre (mini-container) versions.
The Biodore® garbage bags are a boon in every sector and are available from various sales points. The staff at the sales points can also help you with advice if required.