BPI® CERTIFIED COMPOSTABLE LINERS
Earth Earnest® manufactures compostable bags for both commercial and residential use in many sizes ranging from 3 gallon to 64 gallon. We have the capability to make these liners to your specifications for your specific needs including municipal diversion programs, corporate marketing etc. All of our bags:
Meet ASTM-D6400 standards and are BPI® Certified.
Are high quality with improved puncture resistance, tear-proof and leakproof due to their significant micron thickness
Are manufactured to withstand their intended purpose allowing for optimal load for given specification of bag
COMPOSTABLE PAPER STRAWS
Our paper straws have an unmatched combination of high quality with affordable pricing that we know you and your customers will love. We have a wide range of options including Sip Sticks, Jumbo, Giant, and Colossal Sizes. Earth Earnest® proudly offers:
Eco-friendly BPA- and PLASTIC-FREE non-toxic paper straws using FDA approved food safe ink and gluten-free corn-based adhesive
Wrapped straws in most sizes to have the most sanitary conditions to help prevent illness
Durable quality that will not disintegrate in liquid for an extended period of time
Custom sizes and colors available without long lead times
Earth Earnest® is a company that was founded from a passion to make our world a greener one. Having already been involved in bioplastics, we looked to make products that would not end up in a landfill but could be composted. Our compostable bags and paper straws are allowing individuals, businesses, and their communities to take part in organic diversion. By keeping food scraps, leaves etc. out of landfills, less methane gas is produced and just as good, our “garbage” is turned into a product that is good for the soil after being composted.
At Earth Earnest® we continue to keep up with the latest eco-friendly technology and also strive to make all of our products affordable so that everyone can help our world. All of our compostable plant-based bags are BPI® certified compostable.
% of Municipal Garbage Going to Landfill But could be Composted Instead
Times Stronger Methane Gas is compared to CO2 as a Greenhouse Gas
How Many Times More Expensive Sending Organic Waste To Landfill Rather Than To Compost
Average Percent of Urban Runoff Pollutants Filtered Out By Compost When Added To Soil