What is a Biodegradable Bag?

Biodegradable bags are single-use bags but are said to “decompose” faster than normal nylon bags, so they are better for the environment.

Biodegradable bags are produced by taking advantage of waste bagasse, coir … or using cornstarch materials. Biodegradable bags (usually originating from Germany, the Netherlands, Japan…) when under the effect of microorganisms present in the environment (especially in environments with high microbial density) will be converted into CO 2 and H 2 O (water) or form simple organic matter and dissolve in the medium.

Some types of biodegradable bags from Germany, the Netherlands, Japan … cost from 50-60 thousand higher than domestic products.

What is a Biodegradable Bag?
Biodegradable bags break down faster than normal nylon bags, so better for the environment.

When choosing to buy biodegradable bags, consumers should choose products with green labels from reputable units. Just seeing that a product has one of the following labels on it, you can rest assured:

Biodegradable bags are smooth to the touch, usually white or transparent, not rich in color. In addition, you can determine whether a purchased biodegradable product is toxic by burning it. If the product is found to be flammable and does not smoke, the toxicity is limited, conversely, if the product is difficult to burn, does not foam, but emits smoke, has a strange smell, etc., the toxicity is higher.