BioBag Compostable Bin Liners 30 Litre Roll (25 Bags)
- 25 Bags Per Pack
- 30 Litres - 51cm x 60cm
- Fully Compostable
- Earn 7 Points
BioBag Compostable 30 Litre Food Bin Liners in a 25 Pack.
These liners are perfect for food waste and help you sort food waste from other waste. These food waste bags are highly breathable and compostable and help make pre-sorting of food waste easy and hygienic for households. BioBags ensure good ventilation and allow the moisture in the waste to evaporate. Due to the moisture evaporation the waste dries out, preventing the waste from rotting, thereby reducing unpleasant odours. These bags have a flat opening top so no tie handles.
To find your ideal bag size you can read our article comparing the diferent sizes.
BioBag Food Waste Bags are made from a resin (Mater-Bi®) derived from plants, vegetable oils and compostable polymers. They are fully compostable within 45 days in a well composting environment.
These bags are thin so can be used as general waste bags but the Superline Bags are a better option as they are thicker and less likely to tear.
Certified according to the European Standard EN 13432 for compostable products and the US Standard ASTM D6400
- 25 Bags Per Pack
- 30 Litres
- 51cm x 60cm
- Fully compostable
- Green Colour
- Certified Compostable in the US and Europe
BioBag is a world leading eco company. They focus on creating compostable and biodegradable products for consumers, businesses, agriculture and industry. They have a primary focus on using renewable, biodegradable, and compostable raw materials to achieve this. They have developed some great products that replace what we use everyday and are compostable helping our planet.
Use within one year of purchase
Store in a cool, dry place
Do not place hot liquids in bag or in contact with film
When you’re finished using a BioBag, you can reuse it to collect food scraps, then put it in your compost bin or council green bin (check with your local council). Thanks for disposing responsibly.
Made From Mater-Bi, derived from plants, vegetable oils and compostable polymers.