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Compostable & Biodegradable Bin Liners with Tie Tops

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Highlights
Ecopack Compostable & Biodegradable Bin Liners with Tie Tops are eco-friendly, compostable bin liners. They are the perfect fit for the small caddy kitchen bins to stand alone large household bins. The are made from natural corn starch and extra microns, means they are strong, suitable for both household kitchen and commercial use.
  • Recommended to be sent to home or commercial compost bins
  • Avoid excessive moisture and sharp objects.
Simply: Put in your rubbish bin and change every 2-3 days.
Corn starch
PLA
PBAT

8 Litre Size: 400mm(w) x 385mm(h)
Quantity per Roll: 30

18 Litre Size: 460mm(w) x 535mm(h)
Quantity per Roll: 20

27 Litre Size: 50cm(w) x 58.5cm(h)
Quantity per Roll: 20

36 Litre Size: 60cm(w) x 71cm(h)
Quantity per Roll: 15
  • Home & commercially compostable
  • Four sizes available
  • Perfect for your home rubbish bin

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4 out of 5
(Out of 3 Total Reviews)
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Shirley Simmons
23-12-2019 16:01:46
Very happy with product.
23-12-2019 16:01:46
Anything that is biodegradable is great by me.

Aimee
09-12-2019 18:30:05
Nice natural product
09-12-2019 18:30:05
I love these bin liners. Easy to use, better than plastic, and they even smell nice. Every little bit counts right!

Regina
24-11-2019 18:30:06
Honest opinion
24-11-2019 18:30:06
Bag sweats in ordinary rubbish bin and smells. Says to discard after few days but if only half full just creating more waste. Did not realize when purchased that these types of products need to go to special landfills. Also would the waste inside bag need to be compostable for this to work? Personally think misleading claims for standard household use.
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