Garbage bags, as the name suggests, are bags of garbage. A small bag brings convenience to thousands of households. It also provides important protection for environmental protection and even facilitates the classification of garbage recycling.
At present, the garbage bags on the market are mainly made of plastics, and the plastics are made from petroleum, and it will take about 200 years for the garbage bags to rot in the ground and seriously pollute the soil; if incineration is adopted, it will be produced. Harmful smoke and toxic gases pollute the environment for a long time.
Many countries and regions have banned or restricted the use of plastic bags. The San Francisco City Council passed a bill that bans retailers from using plastic bags in supermarkets and pharmacies. In cities such as Los Angeles, the government has initiated plastic bag recycling activities. Some places in Canada, Australia, Brazil and other countries have also introduced regulations prohibiting plastic shopping bags or using them for a fee.
Our latest biodegradable garbage bags are made of PLA, PBAT and corn starch, which can be naturally degraded and compostable, and can degrade in 45 days in an ideal environment. Under normal circumstances, the shortest is 9 months. The shelf life of our garbage bags is also limited. Half is used within one year. It meets the requirements of compostability and has passed the certification of professional institutions. It is suitable for families and people in various catering industries, and is convenient for environmental protection.