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Environmentally responsible option.
We champion paper as the preferred packaging solution because it is an environmentally responsible option. Already, South Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, Western Australia, the Northern Territory, the ACT, and New Zealand have banned single-use plastic bags, with several other states and regions, including Victoria poised to implement bans soon.
We only print with water, soy or UV inks, which are more environmentally friendly than solvent-based inks.
Our bags are made from Australian paper, using only sustainable, renewable resources. Paper bags are easily recycled, which helps reduce landfill.
We mean it when we say we are committed to environmental sustainability.
When you buy bags from us, they are packed and shipped in cartons made from 95% recycled materials.
We are a signatory to the National Packaging Covenant of Australia, meaning we employ policies that contribute to the effective environmental management of packaging throughout its lifecycle.
Learn more about our commitment to the Environment and Sustainabilty.
Carry Weight – Our bags can carry up to 13kgs
Biodegradable – It breaks down into natural elements
Reusable – Bags can be used multiple times
Compostable – Breaks down in 90 days
Recyclable – Item can be recycled through various channels
Sustainable & Renewable – Readily renewable resource sourced from responsible forestry
Facts about paper and recycling.
- A tonne of paper consumes approximately 20 full-grown trees, while recycling one tonne of paper will save 13 trees
- Every tonne of recycled paper saves 13 trees, 2.5 barrels of oil, 4100kWh of electricity, 4 cubic metres of landfill, and 31,780l of water
- By recycling paper and cardboard, the environmental impact of using virgin material can be halved
*Facts from Clean Up Australia Cardboard Fact sheet