A new study suggests that reusable produce-bag manufacturers are on track to produce better, less wasteful products than their competitors.
The researchers, led by research associate in the Department of Biological Sciences, Dr. Andrew Hargreaves, found that a reusable produce box is significantly more energy efficient than a regular produce bag.
This is because the produce bag converts waste into energy.
Produce bags can be recycled into a reusable reusable product that can be reused or composted into a new product.
The paper that was tested was made from a commercially available produce bag and tested on five different types of produce.
The study was published in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution.
It used the produce bags as a basis to compare them to similar produce bags and produce-boxes made of polypropylene (PPE) and polyethylene (PE).
The researchers also used a standard test for the sustainability of the produce-bags.
They looked at the energy-efficiency of the bags using two different methods: using a standard standard test, and using a new test called the BioSustainability Index (BSI).
The BSI measures the energy efficiency of a product or product category.
The energy-efficacy of a particular product is calculated by dividing the product’s energy in a specific energy system by the energy of the energy system for all of its components.
Producing a reusable bag uses more energy than a standard produce bag of the same weight.
Produced from the same amount of energy, the new reusable produce boxes produce a similar amount of waste.
Produces are made from recycled materials, but the paper is not biodegradable.
The new reusable bag is also much lighter than a conventional produce bag, making it much easier to transport and store.
Produes can be easily recycled into other products or compost into a compost pile.
The authors recommend that manufacturers use BSI scores to help inform consumers when they are purchasing reusable produce products.
Producess bags can cost $40 to $80, while produce boxes can cost between $60 and $90.