Choose a high density polyethylene trash bag for most offices or bathrooms where the majority of refuse is tissue. High density trash bags also hold more weight than low density bags making them the most economical choice. Nassco carries sizes and color varieties from Revolution Bag and Pitt to fit the smallest deskside to largest indoor or outdoor Most high density bags work well in temperature extremes and some clear, high density can liners are FDA and USDA accepted for food use. Find can liner
High Density Can Liners feature a strong star seal bottom construction that helps them conform to the can's shape. They're a cost-effective choice for everyday use.
High Density Can Liners are great for paper and non-sharp objects under moderate transportation conditions. They are less resistant to punctures and tears like low density bags. They are physically stronger than low density bags, but not as stretchy. These are optimal for office waste baskets, dirt, grass, rags, paper, paper plates and cups, cans w/out sharp edges, food w/out sharp edges, and smooth heavy objects.
What makes a good trash can liner good? For over 15 years I've helped people who come in to our cleaning supply facility find the exact product that they're looking for. From repeated feedback and just generally spending the time to talk to out customers I have found that when people buy can liners they buy it because they have individual needs and they're looking for the perfect can liner for their application. There is a lot of information and terminology in the trash bag industry and so there should be because there are hundreds of different types of can liners. Trash can liners are packaged in different ways and be made of different materials. Trash can liners also come in many colors but the main colors in the cleaning industry are black, clear and tan. Usually other colors of trash can liners convey a specific use for that liner; a great example of this is that red trash can liners are usually used in health care facilities. Trash can liner size is probably the most important factor when purchasing a trash can liner. When you fit your trash can liner into your waste container the trash bag should fit tightly to the top of the waste container without stretching it and the bottom of the can liner should reach all the way to the bottom of the waste container. Trash can liners also come in may different types of packaging. Some of these types of packing include rolled trash can liners, rolled coreless can liners and loose flat pack. The last trait of a can liner you should be concerned about is type of plastic the can liner is made from. The two main types of grades of trash can liners is linear low density trash can liners and high density trash can liners.