Whether you choose to use traditional or eco-friendly bin bags & liners, we can offer you the best products at the best prices. As Europe's leading supplier of office accessories and facilities, we don't leave any detail to chance, so you'll find an extensive selection of waste management solutions on our website. Should you need your rubbish bags tomorrow, we offer a range of next-working-day delivery options, so you can get rid of your rubbish without wasting precious time.
For many, choosing the right rubbish bags & bin liners can be a little tricky. Those disposing of with paperwork or office waste will need different qualities from their refuse sacks than those getting rid of industrial waste. The thing to look out for is how many microns each bag carries. As a rule of thumb, the higher the number of microns or gauge, the more durable the bag is likely to be. If you're finding it confusing as to which rubbish bags & liners are going to be the best for the job, then here's our handy, at-a-glance guide:
It’s worth noting that, while you might buy dustbin bags & liners with the highest levels of microns, if you're getting rid of sharp refuse, such as broken glass, there's still the potential for them to rip and tear. If you're disposing of waste with jagged edges, it's best to wrap them in something heavy before putting them in your dustbin bag.
When it comes to choosing rubbish bags & bin liners that are better for the environment, it’s better to avoid those made from polyethylene. Polyethylene is a resin that, once it’s heated, forms plastic. In the manufacture of bin bags & liners, three types of polyethylene are used:
However, when it comes to polyethylene, there are those who need to weigh up all its practical benefits against its impact on the environment. While polyethylene bin bags & liners are cost-effective and functional, they can take some time to degrade. Eco-friendly bin bags & liners offer all the advantages of their standard cousins, but rather than relying on plastic to get the job done, they employ the green credentials of plant starches, such as those derived from corn or potatoes. We offer a wide selection of eco-friendly bin liners and bags, which are just as reliable as standard bags but have a much lower impact on the environment. If eco-responsibility is important to your brand and your customers, bin bags of this sort are the way forward.
While rubbish bags & bin liners provide a sanitary way to get rid of domestic, commercial, and industrial waste, their history is rooted in preventative hygiene. They were created by an inventor named Harry Wasylyk in the wake of the Second World War. During the late 1940s, polio was rife in America. Wasylyk developed the use of polyethylene bags to help dispose of the waste from the Winnipeg General Hospital without spreading the disease. The Union Carbide Company picked up the idea, and the concept of bin liners and bags quickly became standard for homes and businesses worldwide.
According to the Tik Tok user, Stored Simply, rubbish bags & bin liners are even easier to use than we may have first thought. According to her, the bags are inside out once pulled from their roll, which makes them easier to put in place. Her theory is that a bin bag should be placed over the bin's opening, "like a hat." Once the bag has been placed over the opening, it's merely a matter of pushing it into the cavity without the need to shake it open.
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