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Compostable and biodegradable film

Your products will be sustainable and look amazing with our range of biodegradable and compostable films. The film that you choose is a significant decision for your business, so it’s important to choose one that will keep your food fresh too. Ask us for expert advice on the right biodegradable or compostable packaging for your products.

What are the different types of compostable and biodegradable films?

There are many types of compostable and biodegradable films available, including those made from biopolymers derived from renewable resources such as cornstarch or cellulose. Some films are designed to be compostable in industrial composting facilities, while others can biodegrade in your home compost.

Is compostable plastic and biodegradable plastic the same thing?

Compostable plastic and biodegradable plastic are similar concepts but not exactly the same. Compostable plastic refers to a type of plastic that can break down into organic matter under specific composting conditions, leaving behind no toxic residues. Biodegradable plastic, on the other hand, can naturally break down and decompose over time through microorganisms in various environments, but it may not necessarily meet the requirements for composting.

What are biodegradable films?

Biodegradable films are a type of film that can naturally break down and decompose over time through the action of microorganisms, such as bacteria or fungi, in various environments. These films are designed to degrade into smaller components, eventually returning to the environment without leaving behind harmful residues, and reducing waste.

Can something be both biodegradable and compostable?

Yes, something can be both biodegradable and compostable. Compostable materials, by definition, are biodegradable, as they break down into organic matter in composting conditions. However, not all biodegradable materials are necessarily compostable, as they may require specific conditions or timeframes for degradation that may not align with the composting process.

How long does compostable plastic take to decompose?

It depends on various factors like the material, environmental conditions, and composting methods. Generally, compostable plastics can take several months to fully decompose in industrial composting facilities, while it may be longer in home composting or natural environments.

We’re committed to providing our customers with the best possible products and services. That’s why we stand behind everything we sell. If you have any questions, or if you need help selecting the right films for your needs, just ask. Our team of experts is always here to help.

How we can help you

1. Consult Tell us about your business, your food products, and how you want to package them.
2. Advise We’ll recommend the best packaging machines to suit your business.
3. Install You get the right equipment for the job. We can install it and train your team to use it safely.
4. Support We'll support you with technical advice, servicing, maintenance, and printing.

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