BioBag - Model 44G3448 - 44 Gallon Liner
BioBag is a world leader in providing bags and films for the collection of organic waste for the purpose of composting. Unlike regular plastic, BioBags can be consumed by micro-organisms that live in our soils. Because we use starches from renewable crops, our bags can be readily composted along with organic waste in municipal composting facilities. BioBag isn’t a large petroleum-based plastic bag company that now conveniently dabbles in the new business of compostable bags. We are a small, privately owned, company dedicated to only producing certified compostable bags and films. The resin we use is sourced from Italy, as there is no “compostable resin” supplier in North America that can guarantee a resin that is based on GMO-free crops. The resin is then blown into compostable bags and films at our production facility in California.
Little steps really do make a BIG difference when creating products for the GREEN industry is all we do!
Please visit BioBagAmericas.com to learn more about the world of waste separation and composting.
Manufactured in the USA with resin sourced from Italy.
FOR BEST RESULTS:
- Use within one year of purchase.
- Store in cool, dry place away from excessive heat.
LINER BENEFITS & INFO
- 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. This process allows food waste to dry, reducing the rate of bacterial build-up which causes odor
- 34' x 48' 0.88 mil.
- 80 bags per case
- Case dimensions: 12.3'L x 9.3'W x 4.5'H - 10.6 lbs.
Mater-Bi is an innovative family of bioplastics derived from the starches of plants, vegetable oils and compostable polymers.
This certification assures that BioBag products meet the specifications found in ASTM D6400 and will compost rapidly and safely when placed in a municipal or commercial composting facility.
Facilities may not exist in your area. To find a municipal composting facility, visit www.findacomposter.com.