Garbage- it's a by-product of our everyday lives. It's a human thing. In nature, waste generated by one organism is nourishment for another, forming a self-sustaining eco-system. People on the other hand have to work out where the waste will go. This ranges from organics like the leftover foods, fruit seeds, vegetable peels all through to inorganics like the bottles of shampoo, juices, and even wine. Paper waste, those cartons from newly bought items, swabs, and kitty litter, it all has to be eliminated effectively. Why? Your health and that of the other people in the establishment is on the line. The decaying matter contains bacteria and other microbes, and also attracts creatures like flies and rats. These bring additional diseases. Then there are issues like fire hazards that are created when the paper waste is left strewn all over the building and even out on the lawn. Your property’s beauty is also affected. You don’t want to come home to garbage lying around, or work in an office filled with clutter. Those scavengers that are attracted by the waste come with sharp claws and teeth, which can end up doing real damage to the structural integrity of the building. For instance, stories have been told of how mice chewed at electrical wiring in buildings, causing all-out infernos. If there is frequent food supply from improperly disposed-of waste, then the rodents will multiply and pose a huge risk to your property investment. Waste management starts with setting up the bin, and getting a liner for it. That's where the 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners come in.
Waste emits odours that make the place unconducive. You don’t want this to be the fate of your home or office space. How will you be able to relax and enjoy a meal with your family, or concentrate on your work at the office, if there are stenches pervading your nostrils? The 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners hold in the trash, preventing such scenarios from playing out. They also protect the bin. You don’t want to spend hours scrubbing it each time you take out the trash. The gunk sticking to the corners, plus the layers of grime on the surface, can be stopped from forming by using the bin liners. However, you don’t want to settle for just any kind of product. Low quality will cost you. In fact, the liner can tear and spill the garbage into the bin when you want to lift it out. Hence, you want to go for high quality products. That's right up the alley of the 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners.
Benefits Of The 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners
1. Large volume
The 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners give you plenty of space to manage the waste generated in your home or office building. From your bathroom wastebasket to paper waste generated in your workplace, the 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners have got you covered. Whether you want to get rid of the plastic bags and bottles, those discarded receipts from shopping, drink cartons and old damaged toys, t-shirts, rubber gloves, stirring sticks and forks, napkins, kitchen rolls, or different kinds of food waste, such as meats, vegetables, bread, rice, and pasta, shells from nuts and eggs and those coffee grounds, you can dispose of all of them into the bin liners. At 13 x 25 x 30, the 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners ensure that you have sufficient room available to eliminate the waste. In addition, they fit perfectly into the receptacle, without an unsightly overhang.
2. High carrying capacity
How much waste is generated for those common day-to-day tasks? The 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners can hold up to 4.5 kg of substances. This makes them convenient for light duty applications in both residential and commercial settings. From your kitchen and home bathroom all through to the private workspaces the 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners will be reliable for holding the trash. Their 15 micron thickness enables them to hold the garbage without tearing, and also prevent the invasion of pests and insets. This also comes in handy for odour control.
Trash doesn't have to be ugly. And the 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners proves it. They are white, which enables them to blend well with the surrounding.
4. 100% biodegradable
Environmental concerns on waste management are real and justified. Around the world, people generate over 50 tons of household waste alone every second. Within 2 hours, the largest container ship can be filled to the brim with trash. Most of the waste either ends up in landfills, or gets burned. Both have their setbacks. Landfills literally choke the earth, preventing meaningful development, and covering it in layers of toxic waste that damages the ecosystem around it. Burning the waste on the other hand is the leading source of dioxins in the world. As such, there is a global push for eco-friendly waste management practices. The 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners enable you to play your part. Since they are completely biodegradable, they are broken down by bacteria and other microbes, replenishing the area onto which they are disposed. This reduces the amount of waste piling up in the landfills. In addition, when you're disposing the organic waste, their nutrients get to be released into the humus of the soil, as they are broken down together with the 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners.
The affordable 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners come 25 per roll and 20 rolls per case. Hence each case you purchase lasts you for long, bringing down your waste management costs. Their strength when handling the light waste enables you to derive maximum usage from each individual liner, as they won’t need to be double bagged. This ensures that you get a value return for every purchase.
Tips For Using The 30L Biodegradable Bin Liners
· Ensure that the trash is taken out regularly. You don’t want the garbage to remain in the residence for long. After all, the bin was not the final destination, just a temporary holding unit before the contents are fetched by the garbage collection trucks.
· Wrap items that are sharp, such as needles, in some paper (e.g. that old piece of newspaper that you wanted to discard). This will prevent them from piercing the liner.
· Double bag liquids, e.g. spoilt milk, before putting them in the bin. This is to ensure that they wouldn’t spill into the rest of the waste. The high moisture levels that would have resulted would accelerate the rate of decay, causing stronger odours to develop.