Everyone has trash. On average, we throw away about 4.6 pounds of trash each day. All of it ends up in plastic bags. The plastic bags last forever, you know. Scientists have attempted to determine how long it takes for traditional plastic trash bags to break down, but they failed because it never does.
Even though the bag does eventually break down, tiny pieces can linger and end up in the ocean and water supply. These small pieces are then eaten by marine life, and eventually make their way to humans. This is a vicious cycle that can lead to serious health problems. Even a household that isn't eco-friendly or green can make a big difference. To prevent this situation to happen there are so many people who prefer using decomposable synthetic handbags.
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Plastic decomposable trash bags are popular because they are durable and convenient. Plastic trash bags can be sized to fit almost any trash container. They also do a great job of holding all kinds of garbage together without leaking or odors. This is great but can cause problems when you have to dispose of the bag. What are we really throwing away? Biodegradable kitchen waste and paper are also available. However, they will not be biodegradable if they are wrapped in plastic.
People might believe that paper bags like those found at the grocery store are a better option than plastic ones. Paper, after all, does disintegrate. The bags should also disintegrate if they are empty. As most people know, paper bags are not good for keeping smelly, messy garbage in their place. Paper is a very labor-intensive product. From the trees that are logged to chemical waste generated during the manufacturing process. Paper is not an eco-friendly alternative to plastic bags.