500mm x 25m Roll Clear Cellulose Film
DIMENSIONS: 500mm x 25m
LENGTH: approx. 25 meters
MATERIAL: Compostable Cellulose - NatureFlex™
COMPOSITION: Bio-based - not derived from petro-chemicals
PACK QUANTITY: 1
500mm x 25m Clear Cellulose Film Roll, totally clear, biodegradable and compostable cellulose (cellophane) sheet. Great for wrapping those larger products, such as prints & artwork or flowers etc.
These clear cellulose rolls are made in the UK from NatureFlex™ film that has been accredited compostable to 'BS EN 13432' and 'OK Compost'. They are also approved for Anaerobic digestion (ISO 15985).The film has also been tested to ensure that once composted there are no adverse effects on the plant growth. NatureFlex™ film is made in the UK from bio-based cellulose derived from renewable wood pulp.
Storage: Keep dry and below 30ºC (ideally between 17-23ºC) and away from local heat source or direct sunlight.
Dimensions are approximate, +/- 5mm.
These renewable, bio-based cellulose rolls are accredited compostable to EN13432 which means that they biodegrade down to CO2, H20 and biomass which can then be reused in the eco system to make new plants. This will happen in either in home or commercial composting but in commercial composting the temperature will be higher and the process is much quicker. In a colder home composter it will just take longer.
These rolls are primarily intended for packaging use but we do not guarantee the suitability of these products for any specific purpose. You must conduct your own tests on products before placing orders, to ensure that they are suitable for your requirements. We are happy to supply a small sample piece from a roll for you to run your own tests on, before you place a large order. (All our recycled, renewable and compostable materials are natural products which are liable to slight variations, so we advise that all orders should be checked for suitability before using them.)
COMPOSTABLE FILM - CARE & HANDLING:
Bio-based film is a natural product designed to compost at end of use. However, it is not an exact like for like replacement for Polyprop or PVC. It has different properties in use, and although it has a similar appearance, it is not as forgiving of rough treatment as the petro-chemical bags it replaces. Therefore, to get the best from compostable bags we recommend that they should be kept away from high temperatures and humidity, which along with careful handling and the correct storage will avoid damage to its appearance and maximise shelf life. If a bag is splashed with water they don't start to degrade immediately. If wiped off straight away they should come to no harm.
COMPOSTABLE FILM – END OF LIFE:
The Compostable film rolls we supply are designed to allow end users to compost them in a compost bin / heap or to compost them along with food waste through industrial composting collection. They are especially suited for packaging items where waste food, ink, adhesives would render separation of contaminates for conventional recycling / reuse impractical.
NatureFlex™ film is suitable for:
Incineration (thermal recovery)
NatureFlex™ film is NOT suitable for:
Mechanical recycling (it should not go in with plastic bottle recycling collections)
Paper recycling (it should not be put in with paper recycling collections)
Landfill (Although there are no adverse effects – it will remain inert and not biodegrade due to low moisture content)
NatureFlex™ film is designed for composting but that does not negate any responsibility for inappropriate disposal at the end of life. Compostabilty is not an excuse for littering the environment!
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Why use Cellulose?
- 100% Natural
- Biodegradable & Compostable
- Made in the UK
- Derived from renewable wood pulp.
- Excellent barrier to water vapour, gases and aromas
- Resistant to oils and greases
- Receptive to adhesives and tear-tapes
- Excellent gloss and transparency
What is Cellulose?
Cellulose is a substance from a plants cell wall, this can be extracted from waste plant material to produce the bio film used in these bags. Once used, this material will biodegrade producing CO2 and H2O, these 2 compounds are combined with sunlight and converted into energy by plants in a process called photosynthesis. The resulting tree growth can then be used to produce more cellulose.
This product is biodegradable at end of life.
This product is compostable at end of life.
Made in Britain for eco-craft by selected suppliers.
Made without the use of any animal products or animal testing. Free from any animal based pigments or adhesives including gelatine.
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