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Biodegradable & Compostable Bags

Biodegradable Plastic Bags

Biodegradable bags are bags that are made from materials that can be broken down by natural processes, such as bacteria or fungi, into their basic components, such as carbon dioxide, water, and biomass. This process is called biodegradation.

Biodegradable bags can be made from a variety of materials, including corn starch, potato starch, and other plant-based materials. They can also be made from synthetic polymers that are designed to break down more easily than traditional plastics.

Biodegradable plastic bags are manufactured using biodegradable materials and a proprietary manufacturing process. The manufacturing process involves converting carbohydrates based on potato plants into naturally occurring amorphous bio-based polymers. The process then blends the polymer with traditional plastics, recycled plastics and bioplastics to enhance its durability and lightweight properties while ensuring biodegradability.

Sustainable and environmentally friendly packaging

The enhanced film strength of these plant-based plastic bags allows for reduced thickness, making them more durable than fossil fuel plastic bags. The process blends plant-based polymers with select traditional plastics through proprietary manufacturing to produce highly durable and lightweight bags.

When disposed of in the soil or sea bed, they break down into biomaterials that can be recycled in multiple cycles. This significantly reduces the potential for plastic pollution and its impact on the environment. Biodegradable bags focus on reducing the carbon footprint and contribute to a cleaner, greener future by minimizing the need for plastics derived from fossil fuels.

Promoting environmental responsibility

In addition, these bags promote biodegradation without shredding and promote the biodegradation of PBAT (polybutylene terephthalate) even in simulated marine environments, thereby reducing the required temperature. These biodegradable plastic bags are TUV OK Compost Certified and recognized as a 100% U.S. certified bio-based product, demonstrating sustainability and environmental responsibility.

Minimizing environmental concerns in the supply chain is a priority, and biodegradable plastic bags can replace traditional plastics.

Key Features

Designed to decompose naturally in the environment over time

Made from renewable, plant-based materials

Physical properties comparable to traditional plastic bags

Manufactured using environmentally friendly processes

Can be composted in industrial facilities

Suitable for home composting, but timing may vary

Decomposes through the action of microorganisms, sunlight and moisture

Forms natural material during decomposition

Potential alternative to non-biodegradable waste piles

Appropriate labeling for consumer identification and disposal

Custom Biodegradable Bags

As a leading supplier and manufacturer of biodegradable plastic bags, we are committed to providing our customers with sustainable and eco-friendly products that meet their specific needs. Our company specializes in the production of biodegradable bags made from renewable plant-based materials that break down naturally without causing harm to the environment or wildlife.

With years of experience in the industry, we have developed a reputation for producing high-quality biodegradable bags that are durable, versatile, and cost-effective. Our bags come in a variety of sizes and shapes, and can be customized to feature your brand's logo and colors.

At our company, we understand the importance of sustainability and eco-friendliness, and we strive to make a positive impact on the environment through our products and practices. Our manufacturing processes are designed to minimize waste and reduce our carbon footprint, and we are committed to continually improving our sustainability efforts.

We take pride in providing excellent customer service and support, and our knowledgeable team is always available to answer your questions and help you find the perfect biodegradable bag solutions for your business. Contact us today to learn more about our products and services, and to request a quote for your next order. We look forward to working with you to promote sustainability and protect the environment.

What are they usually made of?

PLA is a renewable polymer that is not only 100% biodegradable, but also entirely bio-sourced. It is made from materials such as sugar cane that contain lactic acid. Lactic acid is then converted to lactide and then to PLA after polymerization.

The material is safe to use around food and is very strong, making it the packaging of choice for many. It is often used to customize reusable bags due to its clear and shiny appearance as well as its ease of printing.

Advantages:

Environmental friendliness: Biodegradable bags are made from renewable resources and are designed to break down quickly and safely, reducing the amount of plastic waste in landfills, oceans, and other natural habitats.

Reduced carbon footprint: Since biodegradable bags are made from natural materials, they have a lower carbon footprint compared to traditional plastic bags, which are made from petroleum-based materials.

Versatility: Biodegradable bags can be made in various shapes, sizes, and thicknesses, and can be used for different purposes, including shopping bags, trash bags, and food packaging.

Applications:

Shopping bags: Biodegradable bags can be used as an alternative to traditional plastic bags for carrying groceries, clothing, and other goods.

Food packaging: Biodegradable bags can be used for packaging food products, such as fruits and vegetables, snacks, and baked goods.

Trash bags: Biodegradable bags can be used as an eco-friendly alternative to traditional plastic trash bags for disposing of household waste.

Agriculture: Biodegradable bags can be used in agriculture for packaging seeds, fertilizers, and other products.

Medical industry: Biodegradable bags can be used for the safe disposal of medical waste, such as used syringes and contaminated dressings.

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