Plastic bags made with cassava are an eco friendly and biodegradable plastic alternative to conventional plastic bags to carry your groceries and produce. They are 100% compostable! They don't create micro-plastics when it breaks down over months. The bioplastic contains cassava starch, vegetable oil, and organic resins. The material is biodegradable and compostable, breaking down over a period of months on land or at sea.
UNNI ASTM D6400 100% Compostable Trash Bags, 13 Gallon, 50 Count
|Our dog waste bags are made of high-quality, plant-based ingredients, such as cornstarch, cassava and other renewable resources. These vegetable compounds contain no genetically modified plant materials. They contain NO NASTY EPI ADDITIVES or polythene plastic, are non-toxic and when placed in a composting facility they break down into water, Co2 and biomass in approximately 90 days, leaving behind no micro-plastics and releasing no harmful chemicals during this process.
|Contains 100 compostable food scrap bags, 16.9 inches x 17.7 inches , 0.64 mil
Certified Compostable by The Biodegradable Products Institute to meet ASTM D6400 Standards
Our 3 gallon bags are home compostable and can be put into a backyard compost system
BioBags are made from the starches of plants, vegetable oils and fully compostable polymers
BioBag food waste bags fit most kitchen countertop composting pails and keeps buckets clean
|13 Gallon / 49.2 Liter capacity; Size: 23.75 in x 31.49 in x 0.9 Mils; 50 Bags Per Roll
CERTIFIED COMPOSTABLE IN U.S. & EUROPE: Certified by the Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI) under US standard ASTM D6400.
Certified OK Compost Home under European standard EN 13432 by Vinçotte and Tüv Austria.
OK Compost Home certification guarantees 100% BIODEGRADABILITY IN HOME COMPOSTING facilities.
Cassava bags dissolve in water!
Cassava bags will dissolve when they find themselves in lakes and oceans. This video shows how a small square from a cassava bag dissolves in a litre of water. Cassava bags are biodegradable and won't harm the environment for decades.
Cassava is a long tuberous starchy root that is an essential ingredient in many Latin American and Caribbean cuisines. It is eaten mashed, added to stews, and used to make bread and chips.
How long does it take for a biodegradable plastic bag to decompose?
Biodegradable plastic bags made with cassava take three to six months to fully decompose. This is far quicker than traditional plastic bags which take 100s of years to full decompose. Typical biodegradable bags refers to the ability of materials to break down and return to nature. In order for packaging products or materials to qualify as biodegradable, they must completely break down and decompose into natural elements within a short time after disposal – typically a year or less.