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Garbage bags come in different shapes and sizes which are primarily used for different purposes. A standard public waste bag in Paris showing the word "vorrador" ("dog-eared"), indicating that it is intended for use as a garbage bag, is a bag meant for use as a garbage bag. A bin bag, garbage bag (British English, trash bag), trash bin bag or refuse bag is a plastic trash bag designed specifically for use as a garbage bag. It may also be used as a bin bag but has a handle on one side which makes it easier to carry. A disposable grocery bag is a plastic bag intended for use as a grocery bag and has no other purpose than that.
Biodegradable garbage bags are those which are made of 100% biodegradable materials such as cornstarch, coconut husks, coffee grounds, tea leaves, coffee berries, etc. These are usually made from sugarcane or sugar cane (cassava) pulp, which is ground up into small particles. Some manufacturers add some enzymes so that the nutrients in the decomposing organic matter are released. Recycled paper is also a good source of biodegradable garbage bags. However, it is better not to use paper since it can easily biodegrade.
Dispose of Garbage bags: There are many ways to dispose your garbage bags, if you choose not to dispose them properly. Dispose them in fire, as they are flammable and might cause a lot of damage to your property. You can either throw them in your nearest garbage bin, burn them or recycle them into new forms such as shredded paper, cardboard and or other biodegradable materials. You can also sell them or re-use them as compost.