We Offer a Discount Program for New Pilots
BioBag® is the world’s leading provider of compostable bags for the collection of organic waste. We have partnered with many pioneering cities to establish and grow their diversion programs including San Francisco, Seattle, Houston, Denver and NYC.
Let our expertise and special community pilot pricing assist you with meeting your organic waste diversion goals.
Custom Community Bags For Food Waste – 10ct roll (minimum 1,000 rolls)
|Custom Rolls||Custom Envelope Packs|
|10 ct rolls of 3 Gallon Compost Bags
(17″ x 18″, 0.64 mil)
|Custom Printed Envelopes
(7.25″ x 5.25″)
|10 Loose 3 Gallon Compost Bags
(17″ x 18″, 0.64 mil)
|Option $1.00 off coupon included
(no additional charge)
Free Ventilated Food Scrap Buckets (Call us)
Free bins available to new residential organics programs only. Not for individual residents. Must be in conjunction with BioBag purchase.
- Certified Compostable by the Biodegradable Products Institute
- Certified Home Compostable for backyard composting (2, 3, 8 and 13 gallon)
- Breathability, which helps dry food waste and reduce pests, mold, mildew & smell
- Non-GMO Project Verified (Liners, Produce, and Food Scrap Bags)
- Keeps buckets clean, reduces the “ick” factor
- Star sealed at the bottom for extra strength and durability
- Designed to fit most kitchen countertop containers
- Increases the motivation for sorting waste
- Increases waste collection
Multi-Family Compact Produce Bag
BioBag’s Multi-Family Bag is designed for the challenges of collecting organics in multi-family buildings and fits residential food scrap bins. Our new produce bag dispensers are enclosed and easy to clean, come with horizontal and vertical, space-saving mounting options, and make it easy to dispense one bag at a time.
Custom Community Bags For Lawn & Leaf Waste
BioBag is known for our custom capabilities, no matter how small or large. In addition to custom bags and marketing pieces for communities starting food waste collection programs, BioBag can create custom larger, thicker bags and packaging for communities with other specific needs, just like the City of Houston.