- Trash bags for wood, metal, and concrete resist tears and punctures. They are often used by contractors, on construction sites, in lumber yards, and in brickworks to hold heavy or sharp waste.
- Trash bags for heavy refuse are used to collect items that have sharp corners or edges, including glass, wood, metal, and cardboard, making them suitable for use in kitchens and construction sites. These bags are constructed of LLDPE (linear low-density polyethylene), which is tear-, impact-, and puncture-resistant, and conforms to waste shapes.
- Trash bags for soft refuse are used to collect items with soft or rounded edges such as paper towels, paper, and linen, making them suitable for use in restrooms, offices, and general trash collection. They are made of HDPE (high-density polyethylene), which is a lightweight material that supports heavy loads. The bags are moisture-resistant to help keep containers clean. HDPE bags are less puncture-resistant than LLDPE (linear low-density polyethylene) trash bags, and will generally tear when punctured.
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