Garment Bags (With Flap) - From Package of 100
Toxic free and fashionista fit, our biodegradable and compostable garment bags can be used in a variety of packaging materials, suited for all e-commerce and supply chain packaging, with flap taped features, or biodegradable zip-lock detail.
With a shared vision to achieve a waste-free Earth, the Evolooption™ Garment Bags (with flap) is a part of our expanding line of innovative biodegradable packaging solutions. We want to help lay out a variety of alternative green choices for everyday packaging needs such as these smart sustainable garment bags.
1 Pack = 100pcs
Country of Origin: Singapore
Material : non-GMO corn and cassava starches and blend of two biopolymers called PLA and PBAT
On Trend: Our compostable garment bags join the present revolutionary movement in sustainable packaging. These garment bags use toxic-free ink and are certified to the global international home and industrial biodegradability standards. Consumers and companies are welcome to purchase The Evolooption™ Garment Bags (with flap)off the shelf, or costumise your own sustainable garment bags according to your brand identity.
Mindful: It’s not magic but the wonders of biotechnology that make up the Evolooption™ Garment Bags. Put together by a collaboration of the world’s best scientists and laboratory, these sustainable garment bags are made from non-GMO corn and cassava starches and blend of two biopolymers called PLA and PBAT to keep the strength and printed with a non-toxic ink - a step towards a responsible and cleaner future.
Gentle on the planet: The Evolooption™ Garment Bags is polyethylene-free - the toxic substance present in most garment bags and conventional PE plastics that causes health risks. Instead of leaving plastic wastes that take centuries to decompose, let’s leave enduring sustainable practices in packaging solutions starting today.
End of Life:
BPI (Biodegradable Products Institute)
BPI is a certification for compostable products and packaging. For eligibility, the products need to pass the ASTM International testing which identifies harmful compounds such as asphalt and fluorinated chemicals. There are two areas for the certification standard: 1. standard for the labeling of plastics designed to be aerobically composted (ASTM D6400) and 2. standard for the labeling of end items that incorporate plastics and polymers (ASTM D6868).View More Close
OK Compost Home
The OK Compost HOME certificate is a certification for compostable products by the Tuv Austria government. The OK compost HOME certification system ensures total biodegradability following particular specifications, even in the garden compost heap. The OK Compost HOME has served as the foundation for developing various standards in countries including France, Australia, and Europe.View More Close
BSCI delivers a social auditing approach and reports to businesses. It connects you to a network of external auditing firms that are accredited, experienced, and impartial. BSCI gives a system that assists companies in gradually improving working conditions throughout their supply chain. Producers that fulfill all BSCI standards are encouraged to pursue our best practice, the Social Accountability International's SA8000 social management accreditation (SAI).View More Close
Responsible Consumption and Production
Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
Life Below Water
Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development
Life on Land
Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss
The collection and conversion process of waste materials into usable and new materials.
Protection of Environment
The responsibility to conserve natural resources and protect global ecosystems to support health and wellbeing, now and in the future.
Environmentally Friendly Materials
Products that promote green living or green manufacturing methods that lessen the amount or types of resources used.