5 litre Biodegradable & Compostable Liners NEW PRICE

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5 litre Biodegradable & Compostable Liners NEW PRICE

SKU: GDLINST5

• 5 litre small food waste caddy liners, roll 50 bags

• Biodegradable and compostable, made from corn starch

• Measures 32cm (height) x 35.5cm (wide) laid flat

• Strong , quality compost bags for small caddies Certified to BS EN 13432:2000

Availability: In stock

RRP: £4.16

Our Price: £3.40

RRP: £4.16

Our Price: £3.40

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Made from corn starch so 100% biodegradable and compostable All our liners are certified to BS EN 13432:2000 and carry the European standard seedling logo

SUITABLE FOR HOME COMPOSTING AND MOST COUNCIL FOOD WASTE COLLECTION SCHEMES 

NB. FLAT RATE POSTAGE, BUY AS MANY ROLLS OF LINERS AS YOU LIKE FOR THE SAME RATE! 

Please note that all compostable liners should be used within 12 months of the purchase date

Also known as compost bags, biobags, composting bags, compostable caddy liners, these compostable food waste bags are thicker and stronger than most available liners and offer the best value for money

Designed to fit Urba 5 litre caddies or other 5 litre caddies. Carries code 7P0014. ) Measures 32cm (height) x 35.5cm (wide) laid flat 16 micron thick

Full usage instructions are supplied with all our liners.

Please note that liners should be used within 12 months of the purchase date.

These bags are not plastic - please read the instructions on our bags

"Pull a bag from the roll. Please note these bags are side welded. That means the opening is along one side of the roll (shown by arrows and the word OPEN)

• Allow hot materials to cool before placing them in the liner, e.g. tea bags.
• Empty your bin or replace the liner every 1-4 days.
• The liner will breakdown harmlessly in a composting process and will disappear completely in 1-3 months.
• Store unused liners in dry conditions, away from direct sunlight and below 35 ° C.
• There can sometimes be a build up of condensation between the bin and the liner. This is normal and harmless "

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