Compostable Packaging

Our compostable packaging solutions are made from renewable resources and are all certified compostable according to international standards.


We have made it our mission to use eco-friendly materials to create solutions, that can be used as the perfect replacement for conventional plastics in product packaging.

Our compostable packaging is made from PLA, a bio-based plastic derived from renewable resources, such as corn. By mixing PLA with the fully compostable material PBAT, we get a strong and flexible resin, suitable for producing robust packaging bags.


Packaging bags made from PLA is a great sustainable choice. PLA is increasingly becoming a more widely used alternative to conventional plastics. Many of the properties that makes plastic useful, can also be found in PLA. However, what makes PLA stand out is that it is free of toxins and compostable.

In addition to that, compostable PLA bags produce less waste than conventional plastic bags and standard rigid packaging. Compared to producing conventional plastics, the production of PLA makes less greenhouse gas emissions and requires less energy.


Being on site and working together with our dedicated production facilities, enables us to ensure high quality. It gives us a good knowledge of requirements regarding production, time consumption and materials, so that we can guarantee the whole supply chain is certified according to required standards.


All bags made are certified 100% compostable according to international standards.

Our partners are all certified for both home compost and industrial compost. Certificates include OK-Compost (EU), BPI (US) and AS5810 (AUS).

You can read more about the different composting standards here.


A wide range of bags can be made from polylactic acid, below is a list of some of the most common use cases.

• Mailing bags with self adhesive seal.
• Shopping bags with handles.
• Zip lock bags.
• Rubbish bags.
• Accessory bags and any other usage where you normally would use a clear plastic bag.

If you have any other ideas, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are always interested in finding new ways to use our materials.