"What I stand for, is what I stand on"
Plant-Based, Made of Cassava Root.
All Organic Material.
Dissolves in The Sea & Rivers.
ZERO Microplastics Residue.
Non-Toxic when Incinerated.
Safe to be Ingested by Animals & Kind to Plants.
Need I Say More?
Back to Nature. Biodegradable in 180 Days.
Decomposes Along with Paper Waste & Organic Waste. Nice.
TELOBAG AS A SUSTAINABLE PLASTIC BAG REPLACEMENT
CUSTOM IDEAS & OUR GREEN CLIENTS
Delcie's Desserts and Cakes
Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar
Mindful Food Co
nomVnom Vegan Restaurant
The Meatery Singapore
What a Booch! Kombucha
Hotel Chancellor @ Orchard
Siloso Beach Resort
Changi Airport Group
We would like to thank our clients for making the switch to a Plant-Based, Water-Soluble and 100% Biodegradable Alternative to Plastic Bag!
-Fruits & Vegetables
--Laundry (Infection Control)
-Kitchen and Paper Waste (Properly Drained)
-Various Packaging Purposes
Optimal Storage Method:
-Avoid Direct Contact with Hot Water
-Keep Away from Direct Sunlight
-Room Temperature of 22-30 Degrees Celcius
-Store any Unused Bag in Closed Container
Oxo-Degradable or Oxo-BioDegradable,
they are still plastic!
The difference between biodegradable plastic and Telobag:
1st row: Plastic that does not degrade.
2nd row: Oxo-degradable plastic breaks down in contact with the sun into microplastic.
3rd row: Oxo-biodegradable plastic, a hybrid, which claims to be broken down by microbes. However this is misleading as the end product is still microplastic.
4th row: Telobag, a cassava starch based bag which degrades with no residue of plastic , mainly because we do not contain petroleum or plastic.
Follow the experiment below to check whether your bag is another plastic bag or plant-based bag
Dissolve it in hot water (80c and above). Organic material in Telobag dissolves in water. Plastic is made of synthetic material, does not readily dissolve in hot water.
Iron it. Telobag does not melt under heat from iron as it is not made of synthetic material. Plastic melt. And it is extremely hot.
Burn it. Plastic drips and melts when burnt, and shrinks into small, hard thermoplastic. Telobag does not melt, burns into organic ash.