Improving Your Business Image With The Earth2Earth Compostable Sacks 25.5″ x 36″
Waste management can help you in showcasing yourself positively to your customers. Nowadays, more and more buyers are keen on the environmental impact of the activities carried out by the company from which they are purchasing products or services. They are even willing to fork out more cash to get the goods from businesses which incorporate environmental safety into their operations- that’s a key market that you want to reel in. Projecting yourself as a business that cares about the environment, and making efforts in social change will bolster your brand, making a positive impact on your revenue margins. This is in addition to the actual benefit of reducing your carbon footprint. Compostable bags use a fraction of the carbon emissions during the manufacturing process. For instance, while the regular plastics being produced from oil create about 4 tonnes of the emissions, the production process of the compostable bags generate just 0.8 tonnes.
Better for the environment
Opting for the Earth2Earth Compostable Sacks 25.5″ x 36″ contributes to the reduction of the greenhouse effect in more ways than one. Take landfill space for instance. The sacks save on it, by reducing the amount of waste that ends up in landfills. The organic matter disposed of in the Earth2Earth Compostable Sacks 25.5″ x 36″ is directed to composting facilities- or compost heaps for the farmers actively involved in the process, where the biodegradation of the content sees it converted into water, carbon dioxide, and biomass that can be used in soil. Cutting down on the cost is landfills is key, since these are some of the largest contributors of methane gas in the world. Methane itself has a greater greenhouse effect than carbon dioxide. What’s more, landfills are not exactly pleasant sights. They are a trouble to the surrounding communities, bringing different sorts of health risks. The plastic waste even ends up affecting food chains, with the animals scrounging in the landfills consuming the material. Incorporating the Earth2Earth Compostable Sacks 25.5″ x 36″ into the waste management efforts prevents such issues from occurring. That way you get to play your role in protecting Mother Nature.
Since the sacks are truly compostable, they don’t lock in the contents of the trash for decades. That organic matter- from the vegetable peels to the food waste that is being tossed out, gets decomposed and reintegrated back into the soil. This provides vital nutrients that then encourage the growth of more plant life. In fact, the produce minimizes the reliance on artificial fertilizers. There is a growing range of consumers who are looking for food products that are organically grown, and the composting process fits right into this. Units like the Earth2Earth Compostable Sacks 25.5″ x 36″ make this achievable.
Efficient disposal of the organic waste
At the core of the waste disposal, you want a unit that actually delivers on its mandate. That’s what you get with the Earth2Earth Compostable Sacks 25.5″ x 36″. It’s a heavy-duty unit, with the strength of the material enabling it to be in used in areas like catering environments, where the amount of food waste and leftovers is high on a daily basis. It will provide secure storage for the waste awaiting disposal, and when it is being lifted out of the bin you won’t have to worry about it getting torn in the process. The high strength of the material means you won’t need to double bag the waste, thus providing you with optimal usage from each of the Earth2Earth Compostable Sacks 25.5″ x 36″. This, coupled with the affordable price of the sacks, goes to further bring savings to your business.
Adding value to soil
The compost also aids in improving soil health. It’s a combination of factors, from loosening up the clay soils and improving drainage, to increasing the water retention capacity of the sandy soils. The compost serves to modify and stabilize the soil’s pH, and even prevents leaching by retaining the nutrients within the root zone.
As the plant roots get a suitable environment, and organisms like earthworms rummage around the soil with the compost, it winds up bringing wholesome benefits- from plants flourishing to issues like soil erosion being reduced. All this is without producing toxic substances.