Composting Equipment

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BioBag - Model 187015 - 2 Gallon Liner

by BioBag Americas, Inc.     based in Palm Harbor, FLORIDA (USA)

BioBag Compostable Liners reduce labor costs by keeping trash cans clean and sanitized, while also diverting organics from landfills. They breathe naturally, allowing heat and moisture to escape or evaporate. This process allows food waste to dry, reducing the rate of bacterial build-up which causes odor.

BioBag - Model 187020 - 3 Gallon Liner

by BioBag Americas, Inc.     based in Palm Harbor, FLORIDA (USA)

BioBag Compostable Liners reduce labor costs by keeping trash cans clean and sanitized, while also diverting organics from landfills. They breathe naturally, allowing heat and moisture to escape or evaporate. This process allows food waste to dry, reducing the rate of bacterial build-up which causes odor.

BioBag - Model 13G2432 - 13 Gallon Liner

by BioBag Americas, Inc.     based in Palm Harbor, FLORIDA (USA)

BioBag Compostable Liners reduce labor costs by keeping trash cans clean and sanitized, while also diverting organics from landfills. They breathe naturally, allowing heat and moisture to escape or evaporate. This process allows food waste to dry, reducing the rate of bacterial build-up which causes odor.

BioBag - Model 23G2842 - 23 Gallon Liner

by BioBag Americas, Inc.     based in Palm Harbor, FLORIDA (USA)

- Reduces labor costs by keeping trash cans clean and sanitized, while also diverting organics from landfills- Certified Compostable, meets ASTM D6400 specifications- Liners are manufactured in the USA with resin sourced from Italy- Made with the starches of GMO free crops- Breathes naturally, allowing heat and moisture to escape or evaporate. ...

BioBag - Model 32G3339 - 32 Gallon Liner

by BioBag Americas, Inc.     based in Palm Harbor, FLORIDA (USA)

BioBag Compostable Liners reduce labor costs by keeping trash cans clean and sanitized, while also diverting organics from landfills. They breathe naturally, allowing heat and moisture to escape or evaporate. This process allows food waste to dry, reducing the rate of bacterial build-up which causes odor.

BioBag - Model 33G3046 - 33 Gallon Liner

by BioBag Americas, Inc.     based in Palm Harbor, FLORIDA (USA)

BioBag Compostable Liners reduce labor costs by keeping trash cans clean and sanitized, while also diverting organics from landfills. They breathe naturally, allowing heat and moisture to escape or evaporate. This process allows food waste to dry, reducing the rate of bacterial build-up which causes odor.

BioBag - Model 39G3543 - 39 Gallon Liner

by BioBag Americas, Inc.     based in Palm Harbor, FLORIDA (USA)

BioBag Compostable Liners reduce labor costs by keeping trash cans clean and sanitized, while also diverting organics from landfills. They breathe naturally, allowing heat and moisture to escape or evaporate. This process allows food waste to dry, reducing the rate of bacterial build-up which causes odor.

BioBag - Model 44G3448 - 44 Gallon Liner

by BioBag Americas, Inc.     based in Palm Harbor, FLORIDA (USA)

BioBag Compostable Liners reduce labor costs by keeping trash cans clean and sanitized, while also diverting organics from landfills. They breathe naturally, allowing heat and moisture to escape or evaporate. This process allows food waste to dry, reducing the rate of bacterial build-up which causes odor.

BioBag - Model 48G4248 - 48 Gallon Liner

by BioBag Americas, Inc.     based in Palm Harbor, FLORIDA (USA)

BioBag Compostable Liners reduce labor costs by keeping trash cans clean and sanitized, while also diverting organics from landfills. They breathe naturally, allowing heat and moisture to escape or evaporate. This process allows food waste to dry, reducing the rate of bacterial build-up which causes odor.

BioBag - Model 55G3858 - 55 Gallon Liner

by BioBag Americas, Inc.     based in Palm Harbor, FLORIDA (USA)

BioBag Compostable Liners reduce labor costs by keeping trash cans clean and sanitized, while also diverting organics from landfills. They breathe naturally, allowing heat and moisture to escape or evaporate. This process allows food waste to dry, reducing the rate of bacterial build-up which causes odor.

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