113x156mm (A6) Self Seal Compostable 1000 Pk
DIMENSIONS: 113 x156
TO FIT: A6 Card or Paper only. (NOT suitable for C6 envelopes!)
FLAP: Self Seal 24mm
THICKNESS: 30Mic Bio Film
MATERIAL: Clear Compostable vegetable starch
ENVIRONMENTAL: EN13432 Compostable film
PACK QUANTITY: 1000 Bags Per Pack
Pack of 1000 Bio-degradable and Compostable bags (With a self seal adhesive fixing strip for quick and easy sealing)
At last a 'Green' clear display bag for putting your finished cards and prints etc. into for resale.
These bags are made in the UK from film that has been accredited to ‘OK biobased’ and DIN EN 13432. They are made from annually renewable PLA dirived from corn / potato starch and are fully Biodegradable thing to avoid is prolonged exposure to humidity - avoiding excessive heat, moisture and light will 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.)
All our biofilm (and cellophane) bags are fully biodegradable and compostable which means that they break down to CO2 and water and biomass (compost) which can then be reused in the eco system to make new plants. This will happen in either in home or commercial composting or landfill. They will still break down to CO2 and water 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.
PLA (Corn/Potato Starch) -
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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.
We are a Bio-based and biodgeradable industries association member.
|Clear Display Bag Dimensions||113 x 156mm|
They are designed for use with greetings cards and many of our customers use them for putting artwork in.
However we would not recommend them for archival use or with valuable paintings as we cannot guarantee them to be 'acid free'. So for such applications our bag manufacturers would recommend the use of polyprop bags instead.