A Milano- and Seoul-based group of industrial designers, who work under the brand Ahha Project, is in the business of creating products and services for their eco-conscious clients. Quite regularly, they come up with sustainable projects to influence their users’ consumption-related habits. A new-fangled bag created from PLA material is the next in the eco-lineup. Dubbed Energy from Biomass, the biodegradable bag allows folks to separate the biological waste from residual waste.
The biomass, which we keep collecting in out kitchens, ultimately ends up in landfills, where it rots for none’s benefit. The bio bag, however, aims to direct this valuable energy resource to bio waste bins. And it’s so very easy to do with the user-friendly biodegradable bag. The bag could be easily replaced or emptied when required. Since each biodegradable bag has tremendous energy potential, the concept could force folks to make another study of their Bio-waste disposal habits.