This is not a plastic bag!
Our brand new Australian Made biodegradable bin liner is a game changer.
Congratulations, you earth-saving hero! By using these bags you are helping to keep that nasty plastic stuff out of the earth. This bag size fits perfectly with our sleek and stylish Mini Compost Bin.
Did you know most "eco" bin liners, are still not compostable? No thank you!
These bin liners comply with the Australian Standard AS4736 so you can be sure our bags will biodegrade in any environment where there is oxygen and microorganisms, including on land and in water.
What you get:
- 25 x 5L bags - Sage Green
Why we love them:
- Made right here in Australia!
- BioBags are certified compostable and contain a variety of compostable polymers so they can safely be eaten by worms and microorganisms, leaving no toxic residues or microplastics behind!
- Purchase multiples to save
- They fit perfectly inside our Mini Compost Bin!
- 35cm x 32cm
- Store in a cool dry place away from heat and direct sunlight.
- Warning: To avoid the danger of suffocation, keep away from children and pets. This bag is not a toy.
Where are they made?
Our new and improved bin liners are made in Australia!
Do they break down into microplastics?
No, the liners are certified compostable and contain a variety of compostable polymers so they can safely be eaten by worms and microorganisms, leaving no toxic residues or microplastics behind.
Will the bin liner break down in a home compost?
Yes, in an active compost environment, our liners will break down within a matter of weeks and at the same rate as your food scraps. Success of home composting depends on how rich your compost is and the conditions unique to your compost bin and your location, including outside temperatures, moisture levels and the number of active microorganisms.
BioBags break down at normal compost temperatures and don’t need to be heated to high temperatures to break down.
What if the liner doesn’t make it into an organics recycling or compost bin?
It will break down anywhere oxygen and microorganisms are present and microorganisms are everywhere. If a bin liner becomes litter today, it only has a matter of weeks to reach the marine environment, whereas plastic bags remain in the environment for hundreds of years. Our number one goal is offering an alternative to plastic bags. If we can divert just one gram of plastic away from landfill then we’re happy. Even if they don’t make it into a compost bin, they’re still better for the environment as a whole because they don’t break down into microplastics and they have a lower carbon footprint than plastic which is made from oil – a non-renewable resource.
Is a BioBag as strong as a plastic bag?
Yes, when you try them you’ll see the strength of a BioBag is comparable to a normal plastic bag and the technology is improving all the time.