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  1 month ago

Eco bag

I ordered a product from the official commonwealth games site and it arrived today in a 'plastic' bag. But not just any plastic bag. This one is soluble in boiling water, breaking down into ocean safe and biodegradable nontoxic biomass in soil or the sea. Or you can put it in your composter or garden waste.
I notice many magazines come in packaging that is compostable.
Things are moving in the right direction.
Have you noticed more bags being compostable and made from things like potato starch?
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Bismuth

  1 month ago
That's great, my New Look order came in a biodegradable and recyclable bag, plus it was made out of 30% recycled plastic. Reply
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Millburn

  1 month ago
Never heard of them; I have carrier bags for my shopping that are yrs old; but it sounds as if it's a move in the right direction Reply
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Meryl10

  1 month ago
for some time several greetings cards bought in home bargains have been in compostable plastic covers, the other week lidl had compostable bags for veg, not sure how successful they were as didn't see them this time, and they were hard to tie a knot in and one had a hole in by the time it got home. Reply
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Brucie

  1 month ago
I took some photos down from the attic. I discovered the bag they were in has biodegraded! It shattered like tiny flakes of ice all over the floor. Reply
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spartan3002

  1 month ago
I take my own bag to Nisa , and buy loose ;) Reply
2 comments

chowen

  1 month ago
It has been happening in some shops for over a year now, I always take my own bag shopping, and I avoid anything packed in plastic. Reply
6 comments

Cuss

  1 month ago
Yes I noticed veg in m&s is in grey cardbiard. Reply
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Mark_W

  1 month ago
I don’t take any notice of such things! Reply
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tandle2

  1 month ago
My prescriptions from Boots normally come in a compostable bag or paper but ocassionally they still use plastic. Reply
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rosemary-charles

  1 month ago
No hun i rarely buy bags Reply
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