IBS is proud to offer a wide range of quality canliners designed with a strong commitment to excellence and integrity. Trash and waste can liners are used to line trash cans so that they are protected from getting soiled and easy to dispose of. Restaurants, offices, institutions, commercial spaces, residences or wherever proper waste management is mandatory, trash and waste can liners are very essential. They facilitate your waste management process, enabling you to keep your surroundings clean and hygienic. With trash bags, you can maintain your living spaces dirt free and spotless.
Trash is always a matter of concern in all business and residential settings. Trash receptacles can be conveniently lined with can liners so that the rubbish thrown into these can be easily disposed of. Trash can liners effectively protect the interior of the trash can. Can liners such as: Drawtuff Hospital Bags, Can Liner HD 65 Gal, or 23 Gallon Black Draw Tuff Liner that is made specifically for Foodservice; are an economical means of waste management. In places with professionally managed cleaning systems, today high density and low density can liners are best opted. They are generally used for handling wastes or other materials without causing any threat to the surrounding environment. IBS has the industry's broadest product line, superior service levels, and experienced national, regional and local sales teams. They are a leader in new product innovation and are committed to sustainability. IBS offers a comprehensive line of can liners, infectious waste hospital bags, and food bags.
IBS High Density Can Liners are stronger yet require an average of 30% less plastic film for the same performance of other liners. This means less material is being deposited in waste disposal sites across the country and a lower price. High density Can Liners are best suited in restrooms, offices, fast food restaurants, and outdoor receptacles. They are made to collect trash without sharp, irregular edges, because they are not puncture resistant. Also, high density Can Liners are less expensive per unit compared to low density liners and are 1/3 the thickness at the same strength of low density liners, which means they take up less space.