The Sumus® bagand the organicwaste collection
The Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna of Pisa with the Bocconi University of Milan have drawn up the Life Cycle Assessment of the Sumus® bag for the collection of wet waste to assess its environmental footprint.
The Sumus® bag has very little impact. Most of the emissions recorded during its production concern the pulping and paper production phase, therefore the preliminary phases of the process that leads to the bag.
The Sumus® bag, perfectly integrated into the waste cycle, acts as a “cleaner” of the environment, making the organic cycle (but also the paper and twigs) more efficient and sustainable.
The Sumus® bagand the paperwaste collection
Sumus® bags for paper collection allow: high printability, versatility and customization of communication in various languages; virtuous behavior such as separating non-paper packaging from magazines or other unsuitable content; enhancement in the range.
At Comieco (the most remunerated) in the pulping platform, avoiding the need for bag breakers and reducing manual separation operations, with evident savings due to non-removal and labor costs; the increase in the weight and quality of the paper collected.
The bags therefore partly “pay for themselves” in the process itself.
The FSC ™ certification transmits to the user the message that the paper collected is of legal origin, is actually reused and that forest resources are not affected by it.
The Sumus® bag and biogas production
Politecnico di Milano conducted and published in 2018 and 2019 a study on the use of the Sumus® paper bag in the collection cycle for the treatment of organic waste, to evaluate its influence in the compost and biogas production process from organic digestate.
The outcome of the study revealed that paper can produce up to 80% more biomethane than bioplastic.
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