An alternative to polyethylene/polypropylene based plastic bags.
Now gathered at the bottom for extra strength
BioBags are derived from substances obtained from plants such as cornstarch, vegetable oils and compostable polymers from both renewable raw materials and fossil raw materials.
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Product Type: BioBag 13 Gallon Food Waste Bag - Model # BB-187684 - Overall Dimmensions: 22" x 29" - Size: 13 gallon - 12 bags per box - Price: $6.99
BioBag 13 gallon Tall Kitchen Bags are sized equivalent to regular plastic bags and fit most kitchen waste cans.
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You're not going to get a lot of technical rhetoric here, just some observations based on a few facts and a little common sense.
We have developed an alternative to polyethylene/polypropylene based plastic bags. Our products are derived from substances obtained from plants such as cornstarch, vegetable oils and compostable polymers from both renewable raw materials and fossil raw materials. Our bags and films are certified compostable. Regular plastic bags take a lifetime, often over 100 years, to begin to degrade. Regular polyethylene/polypropylene based plastic cannot be composted. Less than 2% of plastic bags ever get recycled and those that are seldom ever become plastic bags again. Plastic bags litter our streets and waterways.
However, we are not at total odds with the plastic industry. We understand how this industry blossomed as an alternative solution to products made from metal and wood. Plastic was cheaper, lighter, easier to mold and rust resistant. Plastic was also durable and long-lasting. It was never meant to "go away." The plastic industry is very good at producing things that are meant to last.
Obviously, plastic bags never fit the intent of plastic usage. They are supposed to be "disposable". They don't need a life-span of more than a year, two at the most. It's sad that the plastic industry has spent more on their image than on the problem. Plastic bags remain inexpensive only because the manufacturer's responsibility ends at point of purchase. The rest of the tab is picked up by you and me in our tax base.
Some plastic manufacturers are now producing blends of polyethylene and additives that help the bags break down a little faster, but the process leaves pieces of plastic debris that are not biodegradable to ASTM D6400 certification and do not compost. In our view, the claim of biodegradability offered by these products is misleading to many consumers and a weak attempt to find compromise with nature.
We believe there is no compromise. We believe we have found the answer. With your support, we can achieve our mission of being the product of choice for organic waste disposal. We can change the world, without changing the earth.
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