-large 240L compostable bin liners manufactured in Ireland
-manufactured 100% from degradable recycled plastic
-suitable for domestic & heavy duty commercial waste
-it will fit most large bins and some types of wheelie bins
-suitable for collecting all types of sharp & hard waste
Earth2Earth 240L Compostable Bin Liners Review
Organic waste can get smelly and slimy, as the bin waits to get filled up. Compostable bin liners come in to enable you to tidily manage this waste, holding in the material while also ensuring that it gets taken to composting facilities, instead of the landfills. At these facilities, precise control measures, where the temperature, oxygen and heat levels are managed, enable organic waste to be naturally decomposed by microorganisms, with the result being water, carbon (IV) oxide, plus biomass that can be used to enrich the soil. This streamlines the waste management process, while simultaneously enabling you to play your role in reversing the negative impact that has been made on the environment over the past centuries. Two key factors come into play. On one hand, you want to protect the environment, and on the other hand you don’t want a headache when handling the trash. The Earth2Earth 240L Compostable Bin Liners come in to give you an effective solution for your establishment’s waste management needs.
The soil amendment
When the compost is mixed with soil, it improves the water retention of the soil, and also gradually releases nutrients into the structure, enabling healthy plant growth. What’s. more, it encourages a whole system of microorganisms, insects all through to earthworms to thrive, which in turn promote aeration of the soil. The combination of the water retention attributes of the compost, plus the stimulated growth of the plant roots, goes a long way in minimising erosion. For the heavy and compact soils, they get loosed up, enabling the roots to grow through them. This process also makes compost a suitable substitute for the inorganic fertilizers, whose production relies on fossil fuels and other mining products. This reduces the impact that the fertilizers have on the environment, and the health of the persons who consume foods grown with them.
For the farmers, composting also comes in handy when generating income. Organically grown vegetables and fruits are increasing in demand, in virtually every market. This makes the growth and sale of the crops with this system a lucrative venture, with the reduced carbon footprint being a welcome bonus. The Earth2Earth 240L Compostable Bin Liners fit right into this scheme, enabling you to carry out the composting as part of your farming activities.
Benefits Of The Earth2Earth 240L Compostable Bin Liners
These bin liners can handle high volumes of waste- in fact so high that they can be used for the large municipal council wheelie bins. This also makes them suitable for the commercial establishments such as those in the food production and service industry where there is a high rate of waste generation, and you want a bin liner that will be up to the task. A wide range of everyday organic waste can be tossed into the Earth2Earth 240L Compostable Bin Liners, from the paper towels and vegetable peels, those expired spices, used matchsticks, cottons and wool fabrics, expired yeast, dried pet food, leaves, clipping and other kids of yard and gardening waste and wood ash, cotton balls and ash dust, eggshells and even coffee grounds. The large volume of the Earth2Earth 240L Compostable Bin Liners enables plenty of trash to be hauled off at one go, reducing the frequency with which the bin liners need to be changed.
While holding the waste, you don’t want the trash bag tearing. This can lead to a huge mess, which will be both unsightly, and a health hazard. No one would like to see decaying vegetable matter sprawled out over the floor due to the bin bag getting torn as it was being lifted. When garbage collection day arrives, it would be inconveniencing to the collectors for the bin liners to rip when being transported to the garbage truck. These situations can be avoided by having a high strength material, and you get that when you turn to the Earth2Earth 240L Compostable Bin Liners. These units enable the contents of the trash bag to be held in place. What’s more, the bin liners can withstand high temperatures- even to levels like 75°C, meaning that hot food can be disposed of into the bin without worrying about the trash bag getting weakened and damaged.
Safe for the environment
The material itself is biodegradable and compostable. Microorganisms break it down, feeding on the liners without leaving any harmful residues. The composted nature of the material enables the nutrients to be released back into the environment, and since this happens at a fast rate, even the organic content that had been held within the bags get to be decomposed and the nutrients therein made available to encourage plant life. The Earth2Earth 240L Compostable Bin Liners don’t contain any polyethylene, and there are no microplastic components within the structure. In fact, there have been no chemical additives that have been used in the manufacture of the products to speed up the degradation, ensuring that it is a completely-eco-friendly process.
Reducing the mass and volume of landfills
With the organic waste in the Earth2Earth 240L Compostable Bin Liners being taken to the composting facilities instead of landfills, it reduces the size of the latter. This also cuts down on the impact that the solid waste in the landfills has on the environment. One of the core problems here is that the organic matter in such areas in decomposed anaerobically which causes there to be an increase in methane emissions, which is a potent greenhouse gas. Reducing the amount of waste that ends up under the mountains of trash in the landfills thus slows down the methane production. In addition, since there will be less demand for the existing landfill space, the pressure to expand or open new landfills reduces, an aspect that will be greatly welcomed by the surrounding communities which would have been impacted by the odours and contaminants which would have arisen from the expansion. This also enables the local governments to save on costs that would have gone into running and maintaining more landfills, and the resources then get to be diverted into more beneficial socio-economic programs.