100% pure virgin raw material Biodegradable food bags can be re-used and recycled –however if it gets into the environment it can last for many decades.
Our solution to this problem is adding the d2w additive during the production process - making it “oxo-biodegradable” or “oxo-bio” for short.
|Item||Plastic Bag / OEM Plastic Bag / ODM Plastic Bag / Custom Printed Plastic Bag|
HDPE/LDPE/As Per Customer Request
At most 8colors can be printed
3Ton or 500,000PCS
|Usage||Shopping / Carrier / Packaging / Promotional|
|Production Lead Time||14-21 Days Per 20 Feet Container|
|Payment Terms||30% Initial Deposit; 70% Balance of Payment Before Shipment|
We can further offer:
- Free Graphic Design Service
- OEM / ODM / Custom Printed Service
- Other materail such as (but limted to): PP, PPE, OPP, PVC, LLDPE, CTP, CTE . . . etc.
- Top Quality Product
- Competitive Price
- 24/7 Customer Care and Aftersales Service
Biodegradable bags are bags that are capable of being decomposed by bacteria or other living organisms. Every year approximately 500 billion to 1 trillion plastic bags are used worldwide.
How long do biodegradable bags take to decompose?
Biodegradable plastics take three to six months to decompose fully. That’s much quicker than synthetic counterparts that take several hundred years. Exactly how long a biodegradable bag takes to break down depends on various factors, such as temperature and the amount of moisture present.
But the bags aren’t always as environmentally friendly as they seem. They’re made from similar petrochemical-based materials to conventional plastic, only with compounds added that cause them to disintegrate gradually in the presence of light or oxygen. They often then degrade into a sludge of toxic chemicals.
Bioplastics made of cornstarch and other plant-based materials are a better bet. They give off CO2 as they decompose, but they’re merely expelling carbon locked in by the plant matter that originally formed them. The net effect on the environment is therefore close to zero.
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