120 pcs/package orcustomized
12 pcs/bail, each package 10 designs .
100 pcs.ctn or customized
10 pcs/polybag or customized
It is often said that nonwoven luggage are biodegradable. This is WRONG in most cases.
There are different forms of nonwoven and each styles of nonwoven may be made from different types of fibers. The form of fiber determines whether a nonwoven is biodegradable or not.
In most cases (properly over 90% as of 2012) “nonwoven shopping luggage” are crafted from spunbond polypropylene. Spunbond is the form of nonwoven and polypropylene is the kind of fiber. Polypropylene is NOT biodegradable.
Spunbond can be produced with biodegradable fibers, but to date it's far a tiny market because biodegradable fibers are over two times as luxurious as polypropylene.
- It is stated that the nonwoven luggage are recyclable. This is TRUE, however the antique disposable plastic luggage are also recyclable: they're made with a polyethylene film; and polyethylene IS recyclable. The problem is the fee of recycling. But the price of recycling is sort of the identical for the disposable luggage and the nonwoven baggage.
- It is almost always stated that the nonwoven bags are environmental pleasant. Well it is a totally discussable point.
Spunbond polypropylene shopping bags do now not do extra damage to the environment than disposable plastic bags. But that they are greater environmental friendly is very tough to prove.
Nonwoven shopping luggage crafted from biodegradable fibers are a far higher answer and are much more environmental friendly. By the way, disposable plastic baggage can also be made with biodegradable plastic…
Another answer is recycling. Both nonwoven baggage (those made of polypropylene) and disposable plastic luggage (product of polyethylene) can be recycled.
Biodegradability can be a good solution depending on how the plastic biodegrades. Most biodegradable plastics biodegrade only partly and creates an invisible pollution.
Recycling calls for energy.
None of these 2 answers is perfect, however it's far higher than the use of nonwoven bags and not recycling them