Blue Bag Organics

Is organics recycling better than using the garbage disposal?

Is organics recycling better than using the garbage disposal?

Yes, recycling organic waste into compost is more cost-effective and environmentally friendly than using a garbage disposal. It takes energy and resources to process out solids including food waste at wastewater treatment plants. Food waste can also overload your septic system and cause problems.

What does BPI® certified mean?

What does BPI® certified mean?

Biodegradable Products InstituteBPI® is short for Biodegradable Products Institute. BPI® is an association that was established to provide testing, education and promotion of compostable products. BPI® ensures that any product that carries its logo meet the ASTM D6400 standard and specifications required to be compostable. The BPI® logo gives confidence to consumers, composters and regulators of a truly compostable product.

Our residential partners are a key stakeholder to the success of our organics waste diversion programs. Thank you for visiting our website and we invite you to learn more about our Source Separated Organics Programs. Please visit our technology page to learn more about the work we are doing and the commitment to sustainable solutions that divert organics waste from landfill and recycle this valuable commodity into nutrient rich compost.

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We recognize that the technologies that are transforming our solid waste into renewable resources work because of the far less visible institutional and governance frameworks that are responsibility of our municipal partners.

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The materials put into the compost pile have a major impact on how well the composting process works and the quality of the final compost. SSO is our layer one and greatly benefits the capture of nutrient rich compost feedstock. The collection of organic material in our Organix Solution liners provide the highest and best use towards nutrient rich compost. One of the keys to controlling the quality of compost is to source separate compostable organics at home. Another key is to have a variety of materials and a balanced carbon to nitrogen ratio.

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What makes Blue Bag Organics different from any other compostable bag?

What makes Blue Bag Organics different from any other compostable bag?

Blue Bag Organics patent pending compostable liners are engineered to survive the compaction of a garbage truck and preserve the contents of the organics recyclables on their journey to a compost facility. It’s why we call our bags Extreme Duty. There isn’t a compostable bag on the market that is stronger.

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