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Biodegradable Bin Bags - Refuse Sacks - D2W

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10 x D2W Degradable Bin Bags £1.75
Biodegradable Bin Bags - Refuse Sacks - D2W

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After you've recycled what you can, composted and reused - if you still need to throw stuff out - try these D2W biodegradable bin sacks.

Bag size 74cms x 86cm (70 litres), rim 148cms (58 inches).

All plastic will in time fragment and completely biodegrade, but it could take many decades. Symphony's d2w controls the process, and turns the plastic at the end of its useful life into a material with a completely different molecular structure. At that stage it is no longer a plastic, and the fragments can be bio-assimilated in the open environment faster than straw and twigs and much faster than ordinary or recycled plastic. d2w has passed the usual eco-toxicity tests and does not contain "heavy-metals." It is certified for direct food-contact.

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