A Look At The Earth2Earth Degradable 26″ x 44″ Standard Refuse Sack
When purchasing refuse sacks, there are 3 key aspects to take into consideration. Firstly, there is the type of bin bag. This includes factors such as the colour, and the material it is made of- such as those constructed with biodegradable film. Then there is the size of the bin bag that is needed. Here, the focus is on getting a size that is compatible with the bin, in order to make the most out of its space, and also prevent issues such as excess overhang which would just be a nuisance. On the other hand, having a bin bag that is too small means that there will be insufficient room for holding the waste and tying the bag when it’s to be disposed. The third aspect is the quantity and the weight of the waste. After all, you don’t want to find yourself in a situation where the bin bag has rips and spills. You want a bag that has the strength needed to handle the amount of refuse being generated.
The Earth2Earth Degradable 26″ x 44″ Standard Refuse Sack handles light to medium weight, making it suitable for the day to day waste that is churned out in homes and workplaces. The unit comes with a pocket-friendly pricing, and it’s packaged in 8 rolls per box. A roll has 25 bags, that way you will be able to efficiently manage the waste disposal process, easily changing the refuse sacks when they get full.
Blending Into The Waste Segregation Scheme
Sorting waste into different categories makes it easy for the collectors, and smoothens out the disposal process. Here, establishments put the waste in different bins with their associated bin liners, with the different colours. For instance, organic waste- the likes of leftover food, eggshells chicken and fish bones, used tea powder, and tissue papers that have been soiled by food, the kitchen cuttings, fruits obtained from juice centuries, garden waste including plants, leaves and flowers- these are put in green bins. Adding the associated label will enable the employees and customers to identify that is it meant for handling organic waste. Reject waste, and even sanitary waste, is tossed into the red bin. This waste includes paper, that has been extremely soiled, broken broomsticks, glass shards, diapers to used tissues. E-waste, on the other hand, is disposed of in yellow bins. These include mouse cables, hard drives, computer peripherals, network devices, media speakers, scanners, security equipment, mobiles all through to copiers, receivers and transmitters, routers and tablets. However, when there are e-waste materials containing hazardous materials like lead, lithium, mercury and phosphorus- these need to be handled differently. Blue bins, which go with the blue bags such as the Earth2Earth Degradable 26″ x 44″ Standard Refuse Sack, come in to handle the dry and recyclable waste. The material tossed in here ranges from paper products such as cardboard boxed and strips, newspapers and magazines, covers, stationery, tetra packs and pizza boxes, disposable paper or plastic cups, bowls and plates, plastic straws, juice bottles, foam material like thermocoal and Styrofoam, metal containers and coke tines, all through to glass bottles and containers. Using the blue Earth2Earth Degradable 26″ x 44″ Standard Refuse Sack enables those sorting the waste to identify that the material is dry waste that will be sent for recycling. Having such a setup in your establishment also increases awareness amongst your staff and customers, encouraging their participation in sustainable waste management.
Eco-friendly waste disposal
The Earth2Earth products are popular because of their safety for Mother Nature. The packaging and waste disposal materials enable you to meet your needs while simultaneously reducing your carbon footprint. The Earth2Earth Degradable 26″ x 44″ Standard Refuse Sack are completely broken down, with the end result being carbon dioxide, water and biomass that doesn’t pose a risk to the environment. That way, you won’t have a situation of harmful residue leaching through the soil and making its way to water bodies.
Cutting back on landfill space
They are a global problem. Landfills take up large tracts of space, and are an eyesore. The odours and health risks that come from it, scavenging animals scrounging for food and accidentally consuming plastics in the process- the growing size of landfills are a cause for concern. It’s not just about the land that would have been otherwise used for residential spaces, commercial buildings and public parks being hived off to accommodate mountains waste- there is the underlying greenhouse gas problem. This is all due to the methane that is produced in the landfills, as the organic matter anaerobically decomposes. Methane has a greenhouse effect that is magnitudes greater than carbon dioxide. Your goal is to get rid of the dirt, not ruin the ecosystem in the process. Regular plastic packaging takes centuries to degrade, and the microorganisms affecting on the material end up producing toxic substances that pollute the environment. These make their way into the food chain, affecting the other organisms in it. The push towards reducing the amount of waste that is in landfills has seen the insistence on home and business owners, from private citizens to government facilities to rely on environmentally sustainable products for their waste disposal. The Earth2Earth Degradable 26″ x 44″ Standard Refuse Sack enables you to achieve this, that way the waste can be got rid safely without toxic materials being produced, while simultaneously saving on the landfill space.
Keeping your bin in optimal condition
The Earth2Earth Degradable 26″ x 44″ Standard Refuse Sack protects the bin from coming into contact with the waste- making it a tidy process. Issues such as gunk sticking to the walls of the bin are avoided. Avoid forcing more waste into the bin bag beyond its limit. If it is full, simply take it out and replace it with a new Earth2Earth Degradable 26″ x 44″ Standard Refuse Sack. Remember to rinse out the bin whenever the waste has been removed- ideally on every garbage collection day. This is key to maintaining proper health standards, and also protecting the structural integrity of the bin itself. Regularly give it a thorough wash, with detergents and hot water as well.