Clean & Green
Compost is known as Black Gold because of its value in improving and fertilising soil. The creation and use of compost is an important factor in reducing the greenhouse effect and improves our world.
BioBag bags completely decompose in a composting setting, in a specific time frame, leaving no harmful residues behind.
To go through a composting process, organic waste requires the right amount of heat, water and oxygen. In a pile of organic waste there are millions of tiny microbes that consume the waste transforming the organic materials into compost.
The fertility of soil can decline over time especially if the soil is used for intensive cultivation of crops and plants. Organic matter in soil is essential for soil structure, water holding properties and soil health. Composts adds organic matter to soil increasing quality and yield.
The organic waste from your home is brought to one of many composting sites across the country and turned into high quality compost.
This compost is in turn supplied to farmers and growers to enrich their soil for growing high quality plants, fruits and vegetables many of which will end up back in our kitchens. The soil gets a great fertility boost and we get healthier plants and better tasting fruits and vegetables.