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Are The Plastic Bags Your Towels Come In Really Compostable?
Are The Plastic Bags Your Towels Come In Really Compostable?

Yup, those bags are made from a biodegradable and compostable bio-polybag.

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Written by Mark Abrials
Updated over a week ago

At Avocado, our mission is to redefine what it means to be a sustainable, ethical brand. We believe in a circular economy that accounts for the lifecycle of our products. That's why we're so dedicated to natural, non-toxic, organic materials. What’s more is that our GOTS-certified California factory, which we power entirely with renewable energy, is on its way toward a Zero-Waste certification, meaning nothing gets thrown away. We upcycle all our material byproducts.

It’s also why we use a bio-poly bag for shipping our Avocado towels. The polybag is 100% biodegradable and compostable. After you remove your towels, you can toss the bag into your compost bin. If you don't have a compost (here's an easy DIY guide!), rest assured that once it enters the landfill, it will quickly decompose. The effort is consistent with our mission to set a new bar in environmental and social responsibility.

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