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Oxo-Degradable Recyclable Compostable. All Just Rubbish?

Plastic. It’s not something most of us want to spend too long thinking about. Many people understand that single-use plastics are polluting our world. Shopping bags, plastic bottles, disposable coffee cups. Consumers want to reduce their use of the wrong type of plastic but understandably they want it to be easy. So, a disposable cup… Read More »

GROWERS ‘Lettuce’ help you change to clear compostable bags

EXCLUSIVE: BioBag Ireland UK is now supplying clear compostable bags for salad leaves to organic growers and packaging suppliers Are you an organic grower supplying salad leaves to shops and retailers? Are you ‘sick of plastic’? Do you want the packaging you use for your produce to reflect the ethos of sustainability and to contribute… Read More »

RETAILERS – Change to BioBag Produce bags InStore

BioBag Compostable Produce Bags: Helping Irish Retailers Demonstrate Their Green Credentials Join the growing awareness amongst Irish consumers of the need to reduce unnecessary, non-recyclable, single-use plastic packaging from their weekly shop. BioBag is delighted to be supplying a number of innovative Irish retailers with our compostable produce bags for their fruit and vegetable aisle…. Read More »

NEW. Compostable is better than Biodegredable

Watch Your Language! Learn why ‘biodegradable’ is not the same as ‘compostable’ when it comes to plastic bags   In BioBag Ireland & UK, we say our bags are ‘compostable’ not just ‘biodegredable’. This means that our bags break down into water, oxygen and organic matter when they are composted. Composting is the process of… Read More »

LOOK for the ‘Compostable’ Sign

    Why choose a compostable BioBag?  BioBag products are 100% certified compostable. That’s more than just ‘biodegradable’. Function, quality and standards are equally important – to us and to our customers. It’s not just us who say it … Products that claim to be ‘completely compostable’ have to be certified as such by a… Read More »