Bin Bags & Liners

Bin bags & bin liners are disposable plastic bags designed to line the inside of waste bins or rubbish bins. They serve several purposes, such as containing and transporting rubbish, making it easier to clean and maintain waste bins, and preventing unpleasant odours and leaks. Here’s more information about bin bags & bin liners:

Bin Bags:

  1. Types: Bin bags come in various types and sizes to suit different purposes and bin sizes. Common types include small kitchen bin bags, large outdoor black bin bags, and heavy-duty bags for industrial or construction waste.
  2. Material: Most bin bags are made of plastic, typically low-density polyethylene (LDPE) or high-density polyethylene (HDPE). Some may be scented or treated to help control odours.
  3. Strength: Bin bags are available in different thicknesses and levels of strength (Gauge). Heavier-duty bags are designed to withstand the weight and sharp edges of waste items without tearing.
  4. Closure Mechanisms: Some bin bags come with integrated drawstrings or tie handles for easy closure and carrying. Others have a simple open top that requires manual tying.
  5. Colour: Bin bags are often black or clear/white. The colour can be chosen based on personal preference or local waste management regulations.
  6. Sizing: Bin bags are available in various sizes to fit different types of bins, from small kitchen bins to large outdoor rubbish bins or commercial waste bins.

Bin Liners:

  1. Purpose: Bin liners are essentially the same as bin bags but are specifically designed to line the inside of internal waste bins. They serve as a protective barrier between the bin and its contents, making it easier to empty and clean the bin when necessary.
  2. Hygiene: Bin liners help maintain cleanliness and hygiene by preventing direct contact between the bin and waste materials. They can be easily removed and replaced when the bin is full.
  3. Odour Control: Some bin liners are fragranced or treated to control odours, which can be particularly useful in kitchen bins where food waste can produce unpleasant smells.
  4. Ease of Removal: Bin liners make it easier to remove waste from the bin, tie it securely, and transport it to the designated collection point.
  5. Environmentally Friendly Options: While many bin liners are made from traditional plastic materials, there are also eco-friendly options available made from biodegradable or compostable materials. These are designed to break down more easily in landfill or composting environments.

Both bin bags and bin liners offer convenience and cleanliness when dealing with household or commercial waste. The choice between them depends on your specific needs and preferences, as well as any local waste disposal regulations or sustainability goals you may have.