|Name:||Compostable Small Trash Bags||Model NO.:||Junrong210111|
|Usage:||Household, Gift, Packing, Promotion, Shopping||Color:||Red|
|Delivery:||Within 5-7 Working Days||Thickness:||2-3.5 Mircon|
|Specification:||All Size Available||Origin:||Shanghai|
|HS Code:||39232100||Port:||Shanghai, China|
|Plastic Type:||PLA,PE,LDPE,HDPE Biodegradable Material Optional||Type:||Shaped Bag|
|Feature:||Anti-Static||Weight Limit:||5-10 Kg|
|Logo Printing:||With Logo Printing||Printing Process:||Heat Transfer|
10kg Biodegradable Garbage Bag Large,
4 Gallon Compostable Trash Bags,
4 Gallon Biodegradable Trash Bags
Why We Compost?
The average person throws away seven times their own body weight in waste every year. About 25% of the contents of your bin is kitchen and garden waste. These are organic materials that end up in landfill sites where they cause polluting gases.
Composting is a natural method of both waste disposal and soil fertilisation. Once made, compost can be used to fertilise soil and give it a better structure and moisture retaining properties. It can also be used as mulch in order to reduce the growth of weeds.
Organic materials in landfill are a major source of methane, a greenhouse gas 20 times more active than CFC's in causing global warming, and also of a black liquid called 'leachate,' which can contaminate water supplies.
Because it is an alternative to peat, the use of compost can also help to prevent damage to the peat bogs, which are vitally important homes for a wide range of wildlife.
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