Compost-A-Pak® Landfill & Recycling Liners

Recycling UnitsMany of our customers are aiming to reduce their waste to Landfill, and after recyclables, and organics have been diverted, plastics are usually the most common contributor.

A powerful way to reduce this waste is to lead by example and review internal purchasing practices. Sustainable alternatives, or reusable options, are available for a range of items such as plastic cups, straws, single use plastic pens, plastic folders, and of course, the environmentally harmful plastic liners, which wrap it all!

Compost-A-Pak® lineColoured Binsrs are well known as a completely plastic free, Aust. Certified compostable liners which is manufactured to our unique minimum UM standards, providing the durability needed for commercial organisation. After partnering with a number of customers and universities, who are aiming to minimise Landfill and go ‘Plastic Free’ we are excited to be now manufacturing our liners in the Australian Standard Waste colours for Recycling (yellow) & Landfill (Red) with differentiated print, in soy based compostable inks of course!

So what are the benefits of Compost-A-Pak® Coloured Liners? 

Improve cleaners efficiency when collecting multiple waste streams. Compost-A-Pak® Coloured Waste Liners ensure cleaners can collect a range of waste streams concurrently, and then easily identify and separate waste at the main collection point, emptying precious recycling material into the larger units for collection. Once used for collection and transportation, the liners can then be composted. 

Landfill Bin LinerReduce contamination. The bright Australian Standard Waste Colours make it really easy to identify red General Waste from yellow Recycling throughout the BOH collection and transportation processed, minimising contamination, 

Eliminate plastics with a sustainable, convenient alternative. Compost-A-Pak® products are made from waste corn. We choose corn, as it’s an annually renewable resource, unlike trees which Recycle Bin Linercan take years to mature. Our corn is sourced from international GMO free regions with high levels of natural rainfall to minimise irrigation, and we deliberately select third grade corn. This corn is essentially spoilt corn, and is unsuitable for human or animal consumption. Using the natural polymer derived from corn, blown film bags are then manufactured on purpose built equipment, which is reengineered to minimise electricity consumption. Compost-A-Pak® liners are then printed with soy-based, non-toxic printing inks. Once used, Compost-A-Pak® Green Bin Linerliners are Australian Certified compostable, so they can be thrown out with your organic waste, and will breakdown completely in organic composting facilities with no harmful residue through compost, all the nutrients can be returned to enrich the environment.

Interested to know more about the story of Compost-A-Pak. Check out our new website or join us online. 

If you would like to trial a sample of our liners, simply email us with the size of your bins

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6 Responses to Compost-A-Pak® Landfill & Recycling Liners

  1. Hi

    We already use the organic 80L bin liners in the lime green the other colours would be a great idea in our kitchen area to stop the wrong wast going in the wrong bin

  2. Vanessa Barrett says:

    Hi – when I was in Sydney recently, my sister gave me a roll of your compostable liners – product code COMPAK8LT

    I think they are a great product. We have in our supermarkets here in NZ, larger bags made from cornstarch which I use regularly but I like the size of these for my greens waste and they really do break down quickly in my composite.

    Do you have a supplier over here or do I order directly from your website.

    Many thanks

  3. Sue Pamment says:

    I recently bought some small green organic waste bin liners in Lennox Head but can’t find them anywhere in Bathurst NSW.
    Would you know of a supplier here – Product code COMPAKBLT?
    Many thanks


  4. Robson says:

    Could you please drop me a new set of compost-a-pak liners? Mine are almost used up.
    31 Seaview Street Bonny Hills 2445. Thank you.

  5. Hi Sue, We are working to increase our footprint in retailers, however in the interim the website is perhaps the most convenient option. There are a few free delivery options and if you use the codes ‘friends’ you will get a small additional discount

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