Biodegradable T-Shirt Bags process is to use corn and other biomass materials to produce starch sugar, then use starch sugar to produce polylactic acid, and then use polylactic acid as the main product. Raw materials to produce biodegradable plastic products. Ordinary plastic bags and plastic tableware involve the problem of "white pollution". They do not decompose underground and are harmful to crops, water sources, livestock and humans themselves. After the degradable plastic products are buried in the soil, because the surrounding environment can meet the decomposition requirements, they will be completely decomposed into carbon dioxide and water, which belong to the organic cycle and are harmless to the human body and the environment.
Company description:We are professional manufacturer of 100% Biodegradable T-Shirt Bags, which made from corn starch. Our main products are 100% biodegradable shopping bags, garbage bags, dog poop bags, 100% PLA compost bags, 100% Compostable aprons and gloves, garment bags, compostable cups, straws.
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All our bags match to EN13432, TUV OK COMPOST and America ASTM D6400.
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1)Q:Are you a manufacturer?
A:Yes, we are a manufacturer in Weifang and have many years experience in producing biodegradable & compostable bags.Welcome to visit us.
2)Q:How do you make our business long-term and good relationship?
A:We keep good quality and competitive price to ensure our customers benefit;and we supply free samples to customer to test our bags quality.
3)Q:What is you minimum order quantity?
A:Usually,our MOQ is about 50000pcs. and if customer have special demand, we can make samples for them, there is no problem.
4)Q:How can we get a quotation?
A:We need details as follow:(1)Bag type (2)Size (3)Printing colors (4)Material (5) Quantity (6) Thickness, then we will calculate the best price for you.
5)Q:How is my order shipped? Will my bags arrive on time?
A:By sea, by air or by express carriers (UPS, FedEx, TNT) transit time depends on freight rates.