• I recently purchased a Kitchen Caddy + 8L bag kit from you and it's become a great purchase so far. It's motivating having the Caddy on my kitchen bench and making full use of it. Eg. My used coffee grinds are going into it, my food scraps to name a couple. The disposal into my green bin is very easy and I'm seeing less bugs fly out of the bin due to these bins. I also noticed over the weekend these bags will now be available in some Foodland stores, which is a magnificent thing. Hopefully this expands further. It's great to see a South Australian/Aussie Made business making an impact and I'm more than happy to throw my support and make my contribution. Keep up the great work. Cheers Leigh

    Leigh White Leigh White
  • I'm enjoying seeing passion for caring for our Earth coupled with creativity, innovation and investment in businesses like BioBag. Scott clearly dislikes unnecessary single-use plastics too and is finding ways to replace the necessary packaging with compostable, more earth-friendly alternatives. If customers continue to ask for packaging-free, reusable and compostable packaging where necessary also, we have a healthier planet ahead! I look forward to what else BioBag comes up with! @Love Earth Laura on Instagram

    @Love Earth Laura on Instagram @Love Earth Laura on Instagram
  • BioBags.... what a fantastic SA business. We were lucky enough to have a tour of their premises and we learnt a lot:

    1. BioBags are COMPOSTABLE which means they can go straight into your green/organic waste bin with the food scraps.
    2. It’s easy for us as consumers to get confused with biodegradable and compostable. Biodegradable materials return to nature and can disappear completely but they sometimes leave behind small
    particles of plastic residue, on the other hand, compostable materials create something called humus that is full of nutrients and great for plants. In summary, compostable products are biodegradable, but with an added benefit....
    1. BioBag are innovating all the time and recently came up with a compostable wrap for cucumbers ?which you can see in action at Drakes in SA.
    2. The part we play is making sure we put our BioBags (or cucumber wraps if from Drakes) in the green bin so they can return to the earth through composting and begin the next cycle                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                @Waste Free Westies on Facebook

    @Waste Free Westies on Facebook @Waste Free Westies on Facebook
  • Plastic?! All of our packaging and produce bags are actually made from plants! Use, reuse!!!, and then you can even toss those green bags right into your compost (or return them to us for our own compost). @fieldsoffirefarm on Instagram

    @fieldsoffirefarm on Instagram @fieldsoffirefarm on Instagram
  • Hip hip hooray we're now stocking BioBag World Australia home compostable bin liners!!! These completely home compostable bags are Australian made and perfect for lining your kitchen food scrap bins. The bags are made using sustainably sourced plant starch, and as such they compost in a well-functioning composting environment just like any other plant or food scrap will ?? Eumarrah Hobart Natural & Organic Food

    Eumarrah Hobart Natural & Organic Food Eumarrah Hobart Natural & Organic Food
  • We have been using BioBags for over a year now because we are as passionate about zero waste and 100% compostable packaging as our customers. Being certified organic with ACO (Australian Certified Organic), we have a commitment to the health of not only people, but our planet and the environment.  By going 100% sustainable and 100% zero waste we are fulfilling that commitment. The BioBags are used to hold baby spinach, lettuce mix, rocket, beans, snow peas and any other produce that needs to be bagged. “We are actually talking to you guys about getting a run of BioBags box liners made as well and OrganicBox is moving towards also creating a new line of Australian first sustainable, biodegradable boxes. Organic Box

    Organic Box Organic Box
  • We are excited to announce that we are doing away with plastic shopping bags for good! ♻️ They will be replaced over the next week with 100% Certified Compostable Bags from fellow South Australian business BioBag! "What an amazing bag! They are strong enough to be used several times and when no longer needed can go into your Green Waste bin and will break down to make compost! ? Windsor Meats 

    Windsor Meats Windsor Meats
  • Our first delivery of BioBag World Australia Clear Produce Rolls has arrived. It’s the next step to significantly reduce the single use plastic in our business. We have already changed over our shopping bags to the compostable range from BioBag. The new produce bags are designed for handling meat products and once you have finished with them, can go into your green organics bin! Over the coming weeks and months our goal is completely overhaul our packaging and processes, particularly when it comes to single use plastics, taking our time to ensure that the quality and high standards of our products & services are never compromised.We want to leave the world where our food is grown in a better place than we found it! Windsor Meats

    Windsor Meats Windsor Meats
  • For dog-owning friends who want to be kinder to the environment, I recommend @biobag_au Their products are compostable, made from corn starch, and come in bin liners and sandwich bags and all sorts of things. Easy to order online and quick delivery ??? *This is not a paid commercial #willworkforpoobags. @jewelzz8 on Instagram

    @jewelzz8 on Instagram @jewelzz8 on Instagram
  • Our bin banks on New Year’s Eve had no plastic. Apart from the bins themselves! Cardboard, recyclable (reuse first) bin signs. Beautiful canvas rainbow flags we will reuse many times. No cable ties and no plastic bin liners. BioBag World Australia many thanks for the red (pink) bags for waste that changed it up. City of Adelaide many thanks for the reused bamboo, hessian and invaluable assistance from your team. Waste Reduction South Australia

    Waste Reduction South Australia Waste Reduction South Australia
  • Here at Workspace we pride ourselves on supporting Australian businesses and more importantly local South Australian businesses! This is why we're so excited to be working with BioBags and Bin Shift to make sure our working environment is the most sustainable and green version possible! Check out their pages to see all the incredible things they're doing for our planet! Workspace Commercial Furniture

    Workspace Commercial Furniture Workspace Commercial Furniture
  • Look what we have got... two Kitchen Caddies with BioBag liners thanks to the City of Holdfast Bay. We use our caddies to collect our food scraps, paper towel, tissues and coffee grounds so that we can put it in the green Food Organics & Garden Organics (FOGO) bin instead of it landing in landfill. By doing this, we are assisting in reducing greenhouse gas emissions caused by decomposing organic material in landfill as these scraps can be used for compost and garden mulch for a healthier garden. Have you got one for your workplace? Gibson Partners  

    Gibson Partners Gibson Partners
  • Being a busy coworking space, we are very conscious about our waste, and thanks to BioBag’s certified compostable and biodegradable liners, we have been able to significantly reduce our plastic use. BioBag products are environmentally-friendly plastic alternatives because they break down into harmless organic matter instead of harmful microplastics. Mâché coworking space  

    Mache Coworking Space Mache Coworking Space
  • Lining bins with plant-based BioBags instead of plastic reduces our carbon footprint and stops plastic and microplastic pollution… There are many ways you can reduce your plastic waste and be part of the solution. If each of us make small changes we can create less plastic pollution. 9Now The Block:  Full story on 9 Now 

    9Now The Block 9now The Block
  • Your compostable bags are stronger than other compostable bags in the market so I'm loyal to you! Been using BioBags since 2017. Happy to hear the great news! @TinyMissDollyOnWheels on Instagram  

    Tiny Miss Dolly on Wheels Tiny Miss Dolly on Wheels
  • Across all seven East Waste councils the key to successful food recycling was access to compostable bags… 72% of food recycled in organics bins was via compostable bags. They are absolutely critical to making sure food recycling happens appropriately. As BioBag director Scott said, they are made right here in Adelaide -  they’re the only one to do that in Australia so that is a fantastic approach for us! East Waste General Manager - Rob Gregory

    Rob Gregory East Waste General Manager
  • Hey @biobag_au! We recently followed you and realised you are manufactured here in SA. We've used some of your products before and are huge fans of what you do, tackling the huge plastic bag problem is inspiring! As a fellow South Australian and eco-friendly company we thought we'd say hi! - Izzy, from the EcoCaddy Team ?? EcoCaddy Team

    Izzy EcoCaddy Team
  • Our physio is absolutely loving the bags. Post game ice has been sorted with your bags. The girls get hit so plenty of little injuries to look after. Just wanted to say a huge thank you for allowing us to use them while on tour 🙂 We have won all our games since getting the bags so maybe our good luck charm haha. Good karma by saving the environment ??? Hockeyroos Goalkeeper

    Rachael Lynch Hockeyroos Goalkeeper
  • Keeping the world clean and green! ?? It's so easy to change a few small habits to make an impact! #biobagworldaustralia #lovelocalproducts Suzanne Rodda

    Suzanne Rodda
  • I have been a ranger with the Council for 5 years, prior to that Council used to have plastic dog bags and dispensers and they were getting vandalised and bags were being wasted so Council stopped providing them. Then there was an increasing problem of dog faeces littering parks and public spaces so Council decided to provide the bags and dispensers again. They chose BioBag because it was an environmentally friendly option. There was some concern that the compostable bags are not strong enough. After we rolled out the BioBags the complaints about dog faeces in off leash areas decreased… people were using the bags and picking up after their dogs. I would recommend BioBags for the environmental benefit of using the compostable bag and people are happy to use them and clean up after their dogs. Garry Connors

    Garry Connors Ballina Shire Council
  • We had no concerns about using BioBags, we went from a one bin system (waste) to three (waste, recycling and organics with food organics). The community took the system on really well. The pleasing thing to us as a council is to have a SA supplier which saving a lot in transport. We have only ever used BioBag and would recommend them, we have had no complaints from residents about them breaking or not performing well. The customer service from BioBag World Australia has been excellent. Karen Talanskas

    Karen Talanskas Wattle Range Council
  • Thank you for creating these bags. I will be regular customer! I try not to buy plastic at all and so the bin liners are my one thing I buy that is plastic. I’m so glad that I don’t have to anymore. Alina Plowman

    Alina Plowman
  • The system was already in place; however pricing was a concern but BioBag were very competitive. We were pleased with the quality; the bags are strong in use but break down very well in compost. We experienced no issues with the BioBag product. I would certainly recommend BioBag. They offer competitive prices, the products are excellent quality and BioBag World Australia have given us great service. Noel Bubner

    Noel Bubner Mallala Council
  • Great idea! We all need to do what we can to save our environment, every little thing makes a difference. Tracey Ann Stevens

    Tracey Ann Stevens
  • Brilliant - now everyone using plastic bags needs to get on board with BioBag. Jacqueline Hanson

    Jacqueline Hanson
  • Love these good-for-the-earth snaplock bags. They make life easy and I don’t feel bad. @beingconscious.consciousbeing

  • I love these bags!!! I have a range of them and can confirm they do in fact break down in the compost after several weeks. Mardie Pie

    Mardie Pie
  • If these really are compostable they are the beginning of our public revolution on plastic waste, it's up to us the public to refuse anything less if there's a solution available. Linda Rees

    Linda Rees
  • I’m a recent convert to BioBags, the certified, genuinely compostable bags which are made from renewable organic matter… Honestly, compostable is the best end of life option for a bin liner, ziplock bag, dog poo bag or carry bag because it breaks down into organic matter without toxic residues… You CAN make a difference, both with your own personal choice and by lobbying your local stores to start offering a greener alternative. Amanda McInerney

    Amanda McInerney Lambs’ Ears and Honey
  • Amazing and just what we need in this world xxx Marje Smith

    Marje Smith
  • Going Zero Waste with a dog might feel like a mission but it doesn’t have to be! Bringing a @biobag_au is the first thing you should consider when owning a dog. This is our way of keeping our areas clean when we are out and about (we take our dog everywhere with us!). The BioBags are compostable, so please throw them in your Green Bin if you have one. @lunawoolcott

  • Big shout out to @biobag_au YOU GUYS ROCK!! What a bunch of legends! Thanks so much BioBag for giving me the opportunity to try your product so I can help spread the word to the masses…There’s nearly always a better choice option when it comes to sustainable living… These little beauties are made from plants instead of non renewable oil from the ground, so it’s a step in the right direction... especially if we can feed them to the worms & turn them into usable soil conditioner. @karlahooper_earth_girl

  • There's no need to rush to the store in a panic and stock up on plastic bin bags… Bio-based bags break down via microorganisms and don't add microplastics to the environment. Rachael Martin

    Rachael Martin