Polish designer Katarzyna Okinczyc and photographer Remigiusz Truchanowicz designed the 60 Bag, a carrier-bag that degrades in 60 days.
Responding to the growing demand of carrier bags that are green enough for our environment, the bag is made of flax-viscose non-woven fabric. Since the material is produced with flax fiber industrial waste, it does not exploit any natural resources and uses only minimal energy to produce.
The 60 Bags can be custom made in various styles and sizes. They are targeting retail businesses to encourage them to use this greener alternative. Kudos to them!
The Eco-Friendly 60 Bag Disintegrates in 60 Days
1. Biodegradable Shopping Bags - The 60 Bag offers a greener alternative to traditional plastic bags.
2. Sustainable Packaging - The demand for environmentally-friendly packaging solutions is on the rise, creating opportunities for innovative companies in the packaging industry.
3. Circular Economy - The 60 Bag exemplifies the principles of a circular economy by using waste materials and minimizing environmental impact.
1. Retail - Retail businesses can adopt biodegradable shopping bags like the 60 Bag to meet consumer demand for sustainable packaging.
2. Packaging - The development of biodegradable shopping bags presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for companies in the packaging industry.
3. Textile - The use of flax-viscose non-woven fabric in the 60 Bag showcases the potential for sustainable materials in the textile industry.