01 compostable shopping bags
01) What is compostable bags ？
It is made of PLA, PBAT and cornstarch bases. It is not contain any plastic.
PLA is Polylactic acid,
PBAT is Polybutylene terephthalate adipate.
1, CERTIFIED COMPOSTABLE IN U.S. & EUROPE: Certified by the Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI) under US standard ASTM D6400. Certified OK Compost Home under European standard EN 13432 by Vinçotte and Tüv Austria. OK Compost Home certification guarantees 100% BIODEGRADABILITY IN HOME COMPOSTING facilities.
2, HIGHEST BIOBASED CONTENT: UNNI Compostable Bags are made from plant starches and contain NO polyethylene. Bags are durable, nontoxic, easy to use and great for the environment.
3, USAGE & STORAGE: Avoid excessive heat; store Compostable Bags in a cool, dry place and use within one year of purchase. Purchase only as many as you can use in 9 months.
4, Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI)
Denotes certification by the Biodegradable Products Institute for use in commercial and municipal composting facilities, in compliance with U.S. standard ASTM D6400. 100% Compostable.
Denotes European certification for use in commercial and municipal composting facilities, in compliance with the European standard EN 13432. 100% Compostable.
03) what is can do for packaging
This compostable material can make trash bags,compostable shopping bags, garbage bags,carrier bags,t shirt bags, doggy bags,dog pop bags, flat bags,self seal bags, zipper bags,zip lock bags, laminated with kraft paper for food packaging.
04) are they customized?
Yes, we can custom your bags dimension and print your logo. Just tell us what is the dimension you need,we will give you cost. You know, it is cheap to made in china.
05) some top customers reviews
we are passionate about making Earth a better place for everyone.
We offer a wide range of 100% compostable products that meet the most stringent standards for biodegradability and environmental friendliness.
Our compostable garbage bags are made from plant materials and have received European OK Compost Home certification, so they are 100% compostable even in home composting units.
These bags have also been awarded US Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI) certification under the ASTM #6400 standard, and can be composted in municipal, industrial, and backyard facilities.
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They start decomposing within a couple of days. By the 3rd day they are useless, what a mess! Better to throw scraps directly into the container, then transfer them to the bag just to get them out of the house--and to conform to municipal pick-up requirements--then rinse your container.
Like a lot of people, I’m trying to cut down on single use plastics. I purchased these bags for kitty waste & litter and they are perfect. I have a small trash can with lid right next to the little box. I placed one of these bags in as a liner just in case and another to hold waste. After a week, everything held up perfectly. I was a bit concerned about how much it would hold since the bottom of the bag is cinched, for lack of a better word. But I really couldn’t be happier. No smells, no rips and it holds a lot.
Some reviewers said they had bags with rips so to avoid that, I made sure I was very careful when I took new ones out of the box. I am so pleased with these that I plan on buying some for my larger 13 gallon waste basket.
I received the following message from the seller. I am very happy with my purchase and will continue to use these in my backyard composting.
The bags are BPI Certified. The US industry compostable standards authority.
Also meet strict European VINCOTTE requirement for backyard composting.
It's an ok product. I find that I sometimes have to double bag in order to have a sturdier bag. I keep my compost for a week, and by then my compostable bag starts to disintegrate. At least I know the bags are truly biodegradable.
These work great for what they're supposed to do. I put them in my kitchen compost bin until they're full and then have my son run it outside to the big pile. They are in the kitchen bin for days, sometimes almost a week and I've never had a problem with tearing or ripping. They hold up surprising well considering some of the other reviews. The only thing is that when they're in the bin too long, sometimes liquid leaks through a little. My bin is stainless steel so I just give it a rinse and it's not a problem for me. Also, I haven't had any issue with smell so that's great because if there was even a little smell my husband would be the first to complain! I compost for my lawn/trees, the pile is far from the house and these bags are great for my purpose.