d2w Degradable Refuse Sacks - 70L - Roll of 10
Case Price£33.97 £1.42 per pack, you save 5%
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Fact - In the UK approx 80% of post-consumer plastic waste is sent to landfill, 8% is incinerated and only 7% is recycled.
Show that you care for the environment with these degradable plastic bags. After its useful life this unique product will degrade totally and harmlessly. The bags will leave nothing more than water, carbon dioxide and a very small amount of biomass.
Approx sizes: 74cm x 86cm (29" x 34") Rim - 148cm (58")
Warning - Do not store these bags in direct sunlight or a warm climate (eg car or warm garage)
Please note -Not intended for composting.
Each pack contains x10 disposable bags in total
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I've switched to these from now on. I wish I had years ago. They're stronger than the plastic rubbish I was using before, and perfect because they're biodegradable. Regular plastic bin liners should be banned in my opinion!
Verified product owner
I hate having to use traditional black bin bags, so I love that these are biodegradable. Strong enough for light garden waste. Really pleased.
Verified product owner
Good size for our kitchen bin, sturdy and no ripping
Mary asked this question on 16th Mar 2009
Q: I read recently that while biodegradable plastic is good in terms of easing landfill, it creates more problems by releasing harmful greenhouse gases. What's your view on that, please?
A: The manufacturer's website tells us that an additive put into the plastic at the extrusion stage makes the finished product "oxo-biodegradable" so that it will degrade and disappear in a short timescale, leaving no fragments, no methane and no harmful residues. The process reduces the plastic to nothing more than CO2 and Water. This additive works to break down the carbon-carbon bonds in the plastic leading to a lowering of the molecular weight and eventually to a loss of strength and other properties. These particular bags do not require a biologically active environment to start degrading, and are therefore 'degradable' rather than 'bio-degradable'. I hope this helps. Jo.
Anonymous asked this question on 30th Nov 2017
Q: What size bin do these fit?
A: Hi, Thanks for the query. Each bag has a rim length of approx 146cm, so any bin that has a rim that long (or smaller) would be ideal for these bags. Hope this helped!
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