Compostable Tall Kitchen Bin Bags (49L)
Plastic-free bin bags made from potato starch!
Reduce the amount of methane gas produced by your waste by using these compostable bags to collect your kitchen waste.
These bin bags are made from potato starch from non-GMO starch potatoes blended with a certified, fully compostable polymer. No plasticizers or polyethylene are added.
The potato starch used to make these bags comes from starch potatoes, which are grown specifically for starch production and contain more amylopectin than corn or wheat, making a stronger bag. To produce the same amount of starch from these potatoes as from corn (another biodegradable material used for bin bags) requires 40% less land and no extra water, as potatoes need only natural rainfall!
Ideal for compostable kitchen waste and fits all tall 13-gallon (49 litre) bin. Can be put straight into the compost bin (if containing compostable waste), meaning it wont be dumped in landfill where it releases methane gas and contributes to global warming.
The outer packaging is made from unbleached recycled cardboard, non-toxic glues and vegetable-based inks.
Size: 12 bags of approx 61cm x 64.5cm x 19cm, 49.2L capacity
If You Care is a household goods producer that uses 100% unbleached or 100% recycled materials in the manufacturing of their products. The products are high in quality and low on environmental impact, with certifications including FSC certified paper.
If You Care have embarked on growing the range by launching innovative and unique products every year such as 100% carbon neutral Firelighters, made from FSC certified wood and vegetable oil, Sandwich and Snack bags from unbleached greaseproof paper, all natural sponge cloths and reusable paper towels from cellulose and Non-GMO cotton, Fair Trade Household Gloves among others.
If You Care products are produced with a view to reducing the amount of rubbish in our waste streams. If possible, nothing should remain after the product has been used and properly disposed of.
Each year more than 30 million acres of natural forests are destroyed by illegal logging and land clearance!