The biodegradable garbage bags are filled with kitchen waste in the kitchen. Why do they leak and break after a long time? Let me share with you why the biodegradable garbage bags cannot be left in the kitchen trash can for too long. What microorganisms degrade the biodegradable garbage bags? Mainly bacteria, molds (fungi) and algae.
The raw materials used in biodegradable garbage bags are biodegradable. If the food waste is stored for too long, it will accelerate the degradation of the bag due to the proliferation of microorganisms, thereby reducing the load-bearing capacity of the bag. The bottom may collapse when it is lifted. In the event of water leakage and damage, it is recommended that you store kitchen waste or melon peels. You should clean the trash can within 24 hours to prevent the bag from degrading and leaking in advance, which will bring you unnecessary trouble.
What are the products of the decomposition of biodegradable garbage bags? Biodegradable garbage bags are fermented with kitchen waste or garden waste under composting conditions, and completely converted into CO2, H2O and organic matter. This is what we usually call organic fertilizer-the source of nutrients for flowers, plants, and plants. The garbage sorting can beautify the living environment.