BioBag biodegradable plastic bin liners 10 litre (boxed 20pk)

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These breathable bags keep your fruit & vegies fresh for longer. Resuse them to take to the supermarket. Fill with scraps and compost. 20 bags in a box.

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BioFilm bags are the world's first certified, fully biodegradable plastic bags that can even be composted. 10 litre size.

Box of 20 bags. Dimensions of bag: 42cm long x 54cm wide.

Suitable for:
MaxAir bins
Small waste bins
Storing fruit & vegies (because these bags 'breathe' they keep fruit & vegies fresher for longer). Wrap your food in BioFilm bags rather than toxic plastic.
Reuse and take them to the supermarket to save wasting plastic bags.

Also available in 8, 20 & 30 litre options - under the Home>Kitchen department.

Now that we are taking resuable bags to the supermarket and not bringing home loads of plastic bags, what do we use for bin liners, nappy bags, etc?

You may be aware of debate over 'degradable' plastic bags, which are polyethelene bags with a percentage of plant starch or additives. Such bags break down into pieces of plastic debris that do not compost.

To avoid misleading claims and be sure that the bags you purchase will actually biodegrade rapidly and safely, look for independent certification. Our bags are fully certified to EU OK Compost and US standards to be 100% biodegradable and 100% compostable. They contain no polyethylene.

Lots of interesting info about BioFilm:

  • Completely biodegrades after 10 - 45 days depending on the method used — compared with 50 or more years for normal plastic bags;
  • A better choice for rubbish, because normal plastic bags slow the natural process of the rubbish biodegrading;
  • Because these bags breathe, they are ideal for collecting food waste for composting as they reduce smells, stop mould growth and the waste dries out making it easier to compost or worm.
  • Certified by the Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI) and DIN CERTCO;
  • Made of a material called Mater-Bi, which consists of cornstarch, biodegradable and compostable polyester and vegetable oil.

Made in Norway.

Please see full ingredients listed under the More info tab.

By on26 Apr. 2019 :
Title : Great to bag fruits and veggies
Comment : Those bags are great to keep fruits and veggies fresh for longer in the fridge.
They can be a little tricky to use as garbage bin liners, as they can easily break. I would recommend to use bin liners that are bigger than the actual bin, so the liners are not too stretched when full.

(BioBag biodegradable plastic bin liners 10 litre (boxed 20pk))
By on11 Apr. 2019 :
Title : great product
Comment : good to have lots of sizes.

i probably perfer the 8 litre over these ones but just depends what you want to use them for.

they hold up well

(BioBag biodegradable plastic bin liners 10 litre (boxed 20pk))
By on11 Apr. 2019 :
Title : Value for money
Comment : Used these in my compost caddy. Often tipped contents into my compost and reused the bag. Good value for money. The bags after a few uses are put in our compost - takes a while for them to decompose but after a few months they are broken up and on their way to nothing :)
(BioBag biodegradable plastic bin liners 10 litre (boxed 20pk))

BioFilm bags are the world's first certified, fully biodegradable plastic bags that can even be composted. 10 litre size.

Box of 20 bags. Dimensions of bag: 42cm long x 54cm wide.

Suitable for:
MaxAir bins
Small waste bins
Storing fruit & vegies (because these bags 'breathe' they keep fruit & vegies fresher for longer). Wrap your food in BioFilm bags rather than toxic plastic.
Reuse and take them to the supermarket to save wasting plastic bags.

Also available in 8, 20 & 30 litre options - under the Home>Kitchen department.

Now that we are taking resuable bags to the supermarket and not bringing home loads of plastic bags, what do we use for bin liners, nappy bags, etc?

You may be aware of debate over 'degradable' plastic bags, which are polyethelene bags with a percentage of plant starch or additives. Such bags break down into pieces of plastic debris that do not compost.

To avoid misleading claims and be sure that the bags you purchase will actually biodegrade rapidly and safely, look for independent certification. Our bags are fully certified to EU OK Compost and US standards to be 100% biodegradable and 100% compostable. They contain no polyethylene.

Lots of interesting info about BioFilm:

  • Completely biodegrades after 10 - 45 days depending on the method used — compared with 50 or more years for normal plastic bags;
  • A better choice for rubbish, because normal plastic bags slow the natural process of the rubbish biodegrading;
  • Because these bags breathe, they are ideal for collecting food waste for composting as they reduce smells, stop mould growth and the waste dries out making it easier to compost or worm.
  • Certified by the Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI) and DIN CERTCO;
  • Made of a material called Mater-Bi, which consists of cornstarch, biodegradable and compostable polyester and vegetable oil.

Made in Norway.

Please see full ingredients listed under the More info tab.

By on26 Apr. 2019 :
Title : Great to bag fruits and veggies
Comment : Those bags are great to keep fruits and veggies fresh for longer in the fridge.
They can be a little tricky to use as garbage bin liners, as they can easily break. I would recommend to use bin liners that are bigger than the actual bin, so the liners are not too stretched when full.

(BioBag biodegradable plastic bin liners 10 litre (boxed 20pk))
By on11 Apr. 2019 :
Title : great product
Comment : good to have lots of sizes.

i probably perfer the 8 litre over these ones but just depends what you want to use them for.

they hold up well

(BioBag biodegradable plastic bin liners 10 litre (boxed 20pk))
By on11 Apr. 2019 :
Title : Value for money
Comment : Used these in my compost caddy. Often tipped contents into my compost and reused the bag. Good value for money. The bags after a few uses are put in our compost - takes a while for them to decompose but after a few months they are broken up and on their way to nothing :)
(BioBag biodegradable plastic bin liners 10 litre (boxed 20pk))

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