Our Commitment

Superbag provides the highest-quality plastic bags at the best value with the smallest carbon footprint.

Innovation for the environment

  • High-tech production to consume fewer natural resources.

  • More recycled material in bags.

  • One of the most sophisticated polyethylene bag-making facilities in the US.

  • Only producer manufacturing 100% of products using raw materials in a co-extrusion process.

About Superbag

Superbag will provide you with the quality, value, stability and service you deserve.

  • Experience

    • 30+ years of bag-manufacturing

    • Many employees have been with
      us since we started

  • Service

    • Focused on your specific needs

    • Direct sales force

    • Nationwide network of brokers

    • Access for both large national
      chains and smaller regional

    • Long-term customer
      relationships and reputation as a
      customer-driven organization

  • Stability

    • Continued growth of sales and equipment for the past 20+ years

Bag To Life Program

Partner with your customers to protect the environment together. Customers drop plastic bags off at your store, you send them to Superbag, and we turn them into new bags and other products – all right here in the US.

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The truth about plastic

  • 100% Recyclable

    Use Earth911 to find plastic bag collection sites and recyclers near you.

  • 100% Reuseable

    Over 90% consumers reuse plastic bags multiple times.

  • Not made from oil

    In the US, nearly 80% of polyethylene, the type of plastic used to make plastic bags, is produced from natural gas.

Better than the alternatives

Plastic vs. Paper

  • 2,000 paper bags =280 pounds. 2,000 plastic bags =30 pounds.

  • Plastic bags are stronger at stress points.

  • Manufacturing plastic bags takes less energy, less water and produces less CO2.

Plastic vs. plastic woven or non-woven polypropylene reusable bags

  • Reusable bags, made from the plastic woven and non-woven polypropylene, are imported and have a higher carbon footprint. They are generally made with crude oil-based materials.

  • PP reusable bags are almost impossible to recycle — most end up in a landfill.

  • The average shopper would have to use the same reusable bag an average of about 314 times before it had less environmental impact than a plastic bag.

Landfill information

  • Plastic bags make up less than 0.5% of the US municipal solid waste stream.

  • Paper, NOT plastic, accounts for more than 40% of a landfill’s content.

  • In today’s landfill, virtually nothing decomposes.


  • Cigarette butts, chewing gum and candy wrappers, NOT plastic bags, account for almost all litter.

  • Education and responsible practices are the key to reducing litter.

  • Sources
  • US Environmental Protection Agency. Municipal Waste in the United States: 2006 Facts and Figures.

  • US Department of Energy’s and National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s U.S. Life Cycle Inventory Database.

  • UK Environment Agency.Life cycle assessment of supermarket carrierbags: a review of the bags available in 2006.

  • William L. Rathje and Cullen Murphy. “Rubbish! The Archaeology of Garbage.” University of Arizona Press, 2001.

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