Our next Giveaway
Is from a company called Greencane
They make tissue products and will be giving away a
a cardboard box, containing
32 Rolls of Toilet Paper(8 packs of 4 rolls)
Kitchen Roll THIRSTY & STRONG! Our 100% biodegradable paper towels comes in a convenient 2 roll pack with each roll having 80 sheets.
3 Boxes Tissues in an all cardboard box
The products come in individually wrapped packs.
All the packaging was paper, card and or cellophone.
The cellophane is certified as commercially compostable.
Delivered to your door in a cardboard box from their Brighton warehouse.
There may be some plastic tape on the box but they are working on that!
Anyone trying to live a plastic free life will know what good news this is!
I have reviewed these produce – you can read my review here
Can’t wait? For lots more info and to order products visit the website
Composting Plastic At Home
While most agree that some plastics are indeed compostable, many say that they can only composted in large scale municipal schemes. As we don’t have many large scale municipal schemes this they say is a pointless advantage.I say the days of large scale municipal schemes is fast approaching as governments aim to divert biodegradable rubbish from landfill sites.
AND I have used and composted a number of compostable plastic products
Biodegradable, Compostable Plastics
What is biodegradable? Biodegradable products break down through a naturally occurring microorganism into simple, stable compounds which can be absorbed into the ecosystem. More about biodegrading here
What is compostable? To be classed compostable, items must biodegrade within a certain time (around the rate at which paper biodegrades), and the resulting biomass must be free of toxins, able to sustain plant life and be used as an organic fertilizer or soil additive. Read more about compostable plastics here
And you might like these other health & hygiene posts.
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Sorry You missed
Never mind, you can still enjoy the frisson of plastic free shopping by buying bags right now from the Do Your Bit shop
Read more about Do Your Bit in the Plastic Free U.K. Directory