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Glad to Be Green Plant-Based Bin Liner Bag, Medium 27 Litre, 30 Pack $3.60 ($3.24 S&S) + Delivery ($0 with Prime) @ Amazon AU


About this item
Product Type: Beauty
Helps Reduce Greenhouse Emissions
Package Quantity: 1
Country of Origin: Australia

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  • +2

    I can see it being a beauty product for some people

  • +3

    Same price @ Woolies currently too.

    • Yeah but the trouble I always have with these green bags and the others which are made with ocean plastic (black from memory), is they only ever have M size in my local shop. On Amazon I can actually buy the L ones.

      I also wonder how much greenwashing goes into these. Who doesn’t want to use either fully recycled plastic or ocean plastic for their rubbish bags. I’m yet to be completely convinced it’s authentic and 100%, but I’ll continue to buy them to send the signal that consumers want these.

  • +5

    Country of Origin: Australia

    Worth noting these aren't actually made in Australia. Label says they are made in Thailand..

    • +1

      At least you can get it for free when it arrives.. just contact customer service…
      The worst thing is.. even after reporting it .. they still don’t update the description.

  • +10

    what a terrible product. Only 20% plant based, the remainder 80% being hydrocarbon based. And the price is equivalent to 100% plant based alternatives i.e. biobag and etc.

    • +4

      Oh, got any links to those?

      Yeah the compostable ones require an oxygenated environment to break down but in landfill this isn’t the case so they don’t really break down. Greenwashing.

      Anyway better than 100% virgin plastic.

      • +1

        I was going to buy the 95% recycled ones (black), but they don’t seem to be on sale like these ones. I think they are probably the best ones to go for at the moment.

    • +2

      The handles are also extremly annoying i find. Prefer the linked handles rather than 4 sperate arms

  • +3

    Go for the compostable bags from bunnings. Way better for the environment.

  • I'm still working my way through a metric sh!t-tonne of old-skool supermarket disposable plastic bags. And when I'm done with those, I'll have two cartons of Toys'r'Us plastic bags I purchased for $1/carton on their final day of trade.

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